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How Connections Heal : Stories from Relational-Cultural Therapy
Walker, Maureen and Wendy B. Rosen (Eds)
Guilford Publications / Softcover / 2004-04-01 / 1593850328
Psychotherapy / Transcultural / Multicultural Issues
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From faculty and associates of the Stone Center's Jean Baker Miller Training Institute, this practice-oriented casebook shows how relational-cultural theory (RCT) translates into therapeutic action. Richly textured chapters--all written especially for this volume--explain key concepts of RCT and demonstrate their application with diverse individuals, couples, families, and groups, as well as in institutional settings. Emphasizing that relationship is the work of therapy, case narratives illuminate both the therapist and client factors that promote or interfere with movement toward connection. Highlighted are the ways in which cultural contexts profoundly influence relationships; how growthful connection inevitably includes conflict; and how experienced therapists work on a moment-by-moment basis to engage with and counteract personal and cultural forces of disconnection.
Table of Contents

I. An Introduction to Relational-Cultural Theory and Practice
1: How Relationships Heal, Walker
2: Relational Learning in Psychotherapy Consultation and Supervision, Jordan
II: Connection, Disconnection, and Resilience in the Therapy Dyad
3: Walking a Piece of the Way: Race, Power, and Therapeutic Movement, Walker
4: Making Great Memories: Empathy, Derailment, and Growth, Rosen
5: Caring, but Fallible: A Story of Repairing Disconnections, Lawler
6: Reflections on Life, Loss, and Resilience, Comstock
III: Applications to Couple, Family, and Group Therapy
7: Me, Them, Us: Developing Mutuality in a Couple's Therapy, Walls
8: Moving toward "We": Promise and Peril, Skerrett
9: The Five Good Things in Cross-Cultural Therapy, Adams
10: Relational Movement in Group Psychotherapy, Fedele
IV: Envisioning New Models of Effectiveness and Change: Relational Practices in Institutional Settings
11: Prevention through Connection: A Collaborative Approach to Women's Substance Abuse, Hartling
12: Toward Relational Empowerment of Women in Prison, Jenkins
13: Relational Experiences of Delinquent Girls: A Case Study, Sparks

Edited by Maureen Walker, PhD , and Wendy B. Rosen, PhD
Foreword by Jean Baker Miller
Contributors

Roseann Adams, MSW, LCSW, Illinois Department of Children and Family Services and St. James Cathedral Counseling Center, Chicago, IL
Dana L. Comstock, PhD, Department of Counseling, St. Mary's University, San Antonio, TX
Nikki Fedele, PhD, Jean Baker Miller Training Institute, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA; Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA; private practice, Wayland, MA
Linda M. Hartling, PhD, Jean Baker Miller Training Institute, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA
Yvonne M. Jenkins, PhD, University Counseling Services, Boston College, Boston, MA; Jean Baker Miller Training Institute, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA; private practice, Brookline, MA
Judith V. Jordan, PhD, Jean Baker Miller Training Institute, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA; Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Alice Lawler, PhD, private practice, Austin, TX
Wendy Rosen, PhD, Jean Baker Miller Training Institute, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA; McLean Hospital, Belmont, MA; private practice, Cambridge, MA
Karen Skerrett, PhD, Chicago Center for Family Health and private practice, Chicago, IL
Elizabeth Sparks, PhD, Department of Counseling Psychology, Boston College, Boston, MA; Jean Baker Miller Training Institute, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA
Maureen Walker, PhD, Jean Baker Miller Training Institute, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA; private practice, Cambridge, MA
Cynthia Walls, MA, LCSW, St. James Cathedral Counseling Center and private practice, Chicago, IL

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