In recent years, more and more people have been coming to therapy with the problem of the after-effects of sexual abuse.
In this book, Bill O’Hanlon, a co-developer of solution-oriented therapy, and Bob Bertolino, provide clinicians with forward-looking, respectful therapy that taps into and honors people’s inherent learning abilities. Their treatment model is a major departure from most addressing sexual abuse victims: it is less traumatic, less painful, and less disruptive to people’s lives.
|Publisher:||Norton, W. W. & Company, Inc.|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.50(d)|
Table of Contents
|1||A Break in the Web||1|
|2||Even from a Broken Web: Permission, Validation, and Inclusion||29|
|3||Strong at the Broken Places: Disrupting Problem Patterns and Evoking Solution Patterns and Contexts||61|
|4||Spinning the Future: The Viktor Frankl Strategy||79|
|5||The Web of Relationship: Acknowledging the Fact and Experience of Sexual Abuse||97|
|6||Weaving Possibility Stories||131|
|7||Weaving New Webs and Breaking Old Ones: Continuity and Transition Rituals for Healing||149|
|8||A Safety Net: Innovative Methods for Stopping Self-Harm and Intrusive Flashbacks||161|
|Envoi: Embrace Your Deviance and Double Your Weirdness||173|