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Narrative Processes in Emotion-Focused Therapy for Complex Trauma
Paivio, Sandra C., PhD, CPsych and Lynne E. Angus, PhD
American Psychological Association / Hardcover / 2017-06-01 / 1433827808
Collaborative Therapies / Person-Centered and Experiential Therapy & Counsel
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Because dropout rates and noncompliance with exposure-based procedures are notoriously high in trauma therapies, effective treatment options are essential. Emotion-Focused Therapy for Complex Trauma (EFTT) is an evidence-based, short-term individual therapy that has proven highly effective in treating clients with trauma through its emphasis on both narrative and emotion processes.

A fundamental assumption underlying most trauma therapies, including EFTT, is that recovery requires the client to engage emotionally with trauma memories to achieve better affect regulation and self-understanding. EFTT draws upon storytelling as a fundamental aspect of the human experience that permits this kind of engagement with trauma memories, promoting a sense of continuity and self-coherence, and bringing meaning to the client's emotional responses.

Richly illustrated with clinical examples and excerpts from therapy sessions, this book fully integrates theory, research, practice, and training.

Contents:

Acknowledgments
Introduction

I. Theory and Research
1. The Nature of Complex Trauma
2. The Unique Contributions of EFTT
3. Why Client Storytelling Matters
4. A Narrative-Informed Approach to EFTT

II. Practice
5. Assessing Narrative-Emotion Processes in EFTT
6. Principles of Intervention With Narrative-Emotion Processes
7. Cultivating the Alliance: Early-Phase EFTT
8. Two Intensive Case Analyses: Early-Phase EFTT
9. Promoting Self-Development: Middle-Phase EFTT
10. Two Intensive Case Analyses: Middle-Phase EFTT
11. Resolving Issues With Perpetrators and New Story Outcomes: Late-Phase EFTT
12. Two Intensive Case Analyses: Late-Phase EFTT

Afterword: Process-Diagnosis and Marker-Guided Intervention
Appendix: Abbreviated Degree of Resolution Scale
Glossary
References
Index
About the Authors


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