When the Caregiver Becomes the Patient: A Journey from a Mental Disorder to Recovery and Compassionate Insight

When the Caregiver Becomes the Patient: A Journey from a Mental Disorder to Recovery and Compassionate Insight

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ISBN-13: 9780789012937
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 01/28/2002
Pages: 216
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.80(d)

Table of Contents

  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Chapter 1. A Frightening Summer Experience
  • Chapter 2. Critique of the Literature on Panic Attacks
  • Introduction
  • Panic Attack As Defined by the DSM-IV
  • The Matrix of Panic Attacks
  • Understanding Panic Using an Integrated Model
  • Treatments for Panic
  • Conclusion
  • Chapter 3. Clinical and Spiritual Perspectives on Anxiety, Panic Attacks, and the Malfunctioning of Our Brains: An Interview with Dr. David Betat
  • Introduction
  • A Dialogue with David Betat, MD
  • Chapter 4. The Frightened Child Hiding Behind the Facade of an Adult
  • The Dan Langford I First Met
  • Struggles with a Mission
  • War in the Classroom
  • The Crisis of the Inner Child
  • A New Level of Self-Awareness
  • Recovery
  • Chapter 5. The Healing of the Frightened Child
  • Introduction
  • The Tyranny of the Inner Child
  • Ego States and Transactional Analysis
  • Recovery
  • Chapter 6. How the Suffering of the Caregiver Benefits the Caregiver-Client Relationship—Part 1
  • Chapter 7. How the Suffering of the Caregiver Benefits the Caregiver-Client Relationship—Part 2
  • Introduction
  • What Makes a Good Caregiver?
  • We Live Life and Help Others from the Inside Out
  • The Critical Elements of the Healing Process
  • The Measures of a Therapist’s Integrity and Success
  • Conclusion
  • Chapter 8. Toward a Fresh Model of the Caregiver-Client Relationship: The Oneness of Human Experience—Part 1
  • Introduction
  • The Dark Side of the Caregiving Professional’s World
  • Pathologies in the Therapist-Client Relationship
  • A New Model of the Caregiver-Client Relationship
  • Reflection
  • Chapter 9. Toward a Fresh Model of the Caregiver-Client Relationship: The Oneness of the Human Experience—Part 2
  • Introduction
  • The Dark Side of Caregiving
  • A New Model of the Caregiver-Client Relationship
  • Chapter 10. Reflections on John Powell’s Book Fully Human, Fully Alive: A Dialogue Between Emil Authelet and Dan Langford
  • What It Means to Be Set Free Through the Restructuring of Our Thoughts and Perceptions of Ourselves
  • Strategies for Becoming Fully Human, Fully Alive
  • The Restructuring of Thought and Vision Therapy
  • Chapter 11. Finale: Relational Theology and the Circle of Life
  • Introduction
  • Thinking and Relating Holistically
  • Christology
  • God’s Original Intention and Our Deepest Need
  • The Mutual Interconnectedness Between Therapist and Client
  • Authentic Caregiving
  • Building a World of Caregivers
  • What Is Health?
  • The Responsibility of the Therapist
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Index
  • Reference Notes Included

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