Healing the Fragmented Selves of Trauma Survivors integrates a neurobiologically informed understanding of trauma, dissociation, and attachment with a practical approach to treatment, all communicated in straightforward language accessible ...
Author: Janina Fisher
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Building Trauma-Sensitive Schools: Your Guide to Creating Safe, Supportive
Learning Environments for All Students ... Healing the Fragmented Selves of
Trauma Survivors: Overcoming Internal Self-Alienation (New York: Routledge,
Author: Karen Gross
London: Karnac, 2011. Fisher, Janina. Healing the Fragmented Selves of Trauma
Survivors: Overcoming Internal Self-Alienation. New York: Routledge, 2017.
Foulkes, S. H. “Access to unconscious processes in the group-analytic group.
Author: Gene Fowler
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Despite the celebration , however , fragmented selves are often seen to constitute
a disability , and in more extreme cases , a mental disorder . ... The new therapies
for adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse are based largely on one or both of
these disorders , and are ... Press , 1999 ) 137-156 . serious childhood trauma ,
and their resolution is central to 49 HEALING THE FRAGMENTED SELF / DAVIS.
Further investigation into the transpersonal aspects of art therapy with survivors
of childhood sexual trauma is ... the ways in which symbolic representation of
psychic and somatic pain can aid in the healing of a survivor of childhood sexual
abuse . ... As a result , the subject located , confronted , and integrated
fragmented shadow - selves split off from conscious awareness as a result of
sexual trauma .
Category: Dissertations, Academic
According to the actual experiences of trauma victims , key abilities that enable
overcoming self - destructive behaviors ... it celebrates fragmentation of the self
and devalues the importance of capacities that , according to trauma theorists ,
... alongside her other identities and progressing away from the abuse without
being defined by it , and without fragmentation . As such the focus is on
augmentation rather than recovery , allowing the survivor ' s experiences to
inform her life ... These were part of a visible healing process that enabled the
women to re - establish themselves despite their problematic ... considerable
pride in this facet of their selves , even commenting that they no longer regretted
the trauma occurring .
Author: Ilsa Evans
Category: Children and violence
For many , the story is told through the unconscious repetition of the elements of
the trauma . ... and the Dissociative Patient , Lani Gerity describes how and why
the creative process can be so effective in providing relief and offering healing . ...
Many of these individuals have traumatic histories and fragmented senses of
identity . ... The use of the puppets allows for free expression of the alter selves .
Category: Art therapy
Rather than a single self holding traumatic memories at bay or processing them
in a fragmented manner , the dissociative perspective suggests the existence of a
traumatized self ( or selves ) that must be integrated with the victim's set of core
selves for healing to occur . ... ( in either the normative or idiopathic sense )
develops the role of victim , mourner , injured , maimed , survivor , refugee , and
the like ...
Category: Family services
My piece focuses on roles for women after trauma and is not intended to make
male abuse survivors , or issues of same - sex abuse , seem ... We want to cheer
our gladiators for bravery while they hack them - selves to bits in the ring . ... If we
don ' t see her fragment , we say that she ' s not " dealing with it . ... The belief that
a cathartic experience is necessary for sanity and healing must be questioned .
Assessing Client Progress Survivors who are ready to embark on the final stages
of empowerment and connection are ... However , the trauma is no longer just
fragmented memories , unrelated dreams or nightmares , and incomprehensible
symptoms . ... final - stage " clients are ready to reengage in life : to form new
relationships or to heal broken ones and to take a more ... Then they have to find
a means of expressing that power or control , beginning with a few self - chosen
Author: Aphrodite Matsakis
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications Incorporated
Category: Post-traumatic stress disorder.
The text on the left - hand pages focuses on a particular topic , like “ Letting Your
Self Learn " ; " Thinking About MPD " ; " Self ... time , cost and trauma required to
heal from MPD and dissociative disorders . ... Elizabeth : As you know , Jim , I '
m a “ Poly - Fragmented Complex Multiple With Post - Traumatic Stress Disorder .
Author: James G. Friesen
Category: Multiple personality
Self, Trauma, and the Construction of Meaning Michele L. Crossley ... 132 Finney
, L , Reach for the Rainbow : Advanced Healing for Survivors of Sexual Abuse ,
114 Foucault , Michel , 25 , 27-8 Discipline and Punish , 19 , 27 fragmentation ...
Author: Michele L. Crossley
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
While it may provide a cathartic effect , it may also simply serve as a replay as the
survivor has to call to memory a traumatic event . ... terror , they allow us to
glimpse at what Das ( 2000 ) calls speaking for the death of relationships and the
fragmentation of selves and communities , and what these processes may entail .
... of healing South Africa's violent past would be organized through acts of
Category: Electronic journals