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Reaching the Vulnerable Child : Therapy with Traumatized Children
Rymaszewska, Janie and Terry Philpot| Foreword by Mary Walsh
Jessica Kingsley / Softcover / 2006-01-01 / 184310329X
Trauma / Infant, Child & Adolescent
price: $31.95 (may be subject to change)
144 pages
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Therapy is a critical element of work with abused children, offering them the opportunity to explore past experiences in a safe environment with the emotional support of a therapist. Reaching the Vulnerable Child offers a tried-and-tested model of integrated therapy that incorporates play and expressive arts to foster verbal, non-verbal and symbolic communication.

The authors describe how emotional, physical and sexual abuse impact on children's development, and discuss attachment, separation, loss, and the effects of trauma on brain functioning. They provide practical guidance on preparing for sessions and creating safe therapeutic environments, and explain the importance of involving carers in the recovery process. Drawing on a wide range of techniques including play, movement, art, drama, music and therapeutic story work, this approach proposes methods for addressing guilt and low self-esteem, establishing trust and dealing with sexualized or aggressive behaviour.

This guide to working with abused children and young people will be valued by professionals and therapists from a range of backgrounds, including psychotherapists, play therapists and arts therapists, as well as those responsible for children's services. It is an ideal accompaniment to The Child's Own Story, also in the Delivering Recovery series.

Contents:

Foreword, Mary Walsh, Co-founder and Chief Executive of SACCS. Preface. Acknowledgments. 1. Introduction: From Pain to Recovery: Therapy and the Integrated Model. 2. What is Sexual Abuse? 3. Blighted Lives, Hope Survives. 4. Trauma. 5. Attachment, Separation and Loss. 6. Therapy: Establishing the Framework. 7. The Search for Lost Boundaries: Therapy Tasks. 8. Themes in Therapy. 9. A Framework for Recovery Assessment. 10. Endings and New Beginnings. References. The Story of SACCS. The Authors. Subject Index. Author Index.


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