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The Three Stages of Trauma Recovery Adapted from Herman, If traumatic memory is worked with directly, it can contribute to re-living the trauma and further destabilization. Instead, the focus of recovery is on helping you create safety and stability, develop internal and external resources, transform your relationship to past. Trauma robs the victim of a sense of power and control over her own life; therefore, the guiding principle of recovery is to restore power and control to the survivor. Others may offer advice, support, assistance, affection, and care, but not cure. Trauma and Recovery brings a new level of understanding to a set of problems usually considered individually.
This is a book about restoring connections : between the public and private worlds, between the individual and the community, between men and women. In this landmark study of trauma, now with a new afterword, Judith Lewis Herman, psychiatrist and award-winning author, makes the revolutionary link between the "heroic" suffering of men in war and political struggle and the degraded suffering of women who are victims of rape, incest and domestic violence. Herman repeatedly challenges established orthodoxies, identifies a new diagnostic category for those suffering from "hidden" traumas and proposes a ground-breaking recovery programme that favours a process of reintegration to one of catharsis. A deeply compassionate and readable work, Trauma and Recovery is required reading for all those who seek a deeper understanding of the psychology of men and women. Silence cartusien.
Start growing! Boost your life and career with the best book summaries. You can either be completely terrified or experience some internal shift. Judith Herman driven by revolutionary ideas investigates how trauma endangers our way of life and influence the human psyche, regardless of its origins. The author is mainly inspired by the feminist standpoint and examines the collision between agony and momentary shock.
In the aftermath of crime, victims must decide whether to seek justice. An encounter with the legal system offers major potential benefits to crime victims, but also exposes them to significant risks. Victims who file civil or criminal complaints are subject to the rules and procedures of a complex legal system, where their mental health and safety may be of marginal concern, and where the potential for retraumatization may be high. This paper reviews the social and psychological barriers that discourage victim participation in the legal system, and existing studies that document the impact of participation on victims' mental health.
Кипя от злости, тот нырнул в стремительно уплотняющуюся толпу. Он должен настичь Дэвида Беккера. Халохот отчаянно пытался протиснуться к концу улочки, но внезапно почувствовал, что тонет в этом море человеческих тел.
Где Стратмор. - Коммандер Стратмор погиб. - Справедливость восторжествовала, как в дешевой пьесе. - Успокойтесь, Джабба, - приказал директор, - и доложите ситуацию. Насколько опасен вирус.
Давай сотню песет. Обменные операции явно не относились к числу сильных сторон Двухцветного: сто песет составляли всего восемьдесят семь центов. - Договорились, - сказал Беккер и поставил бутылку на стол. Панк наконец позволил себе улыбнуться. - Заметано. - Ну вот и хорошо. Девушка, которую я ищу, может быть .
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This is a book about restoring connections : between the public and private worlds, between the individual and the community, between men and women.Reply
Rich with expert, practical guidance for therapists, this book presents a time-limited group treatment approach for survivors of interpersonal trauma.Reply
Judith Lewis Herman born is an American psychiatrist, researcher, teacher, and author who has focused on the understanding and treatment of incest and traumatic stress.Reply