How to start, do, and complete psychotherapy that is trauma - and attachment - based as well as culturally informed.
Most books about doing psychotherapy are tied to particular psychotherapeutic practices. Here, seasoned clinical author Robin Shapiro teaches listeners the ins and outs of a trauma - and attachment - informed approach that is not tied to any one model or method.
This book teaches assessment, treatment plans, enhancing the therapeutic relationship, and ethics and boundary issues, all within a general framework of attachment theory and trauma. Practical chapters talk about working with attachment problems, grief, depression, cultural differences, affect tolerance, anxiety, addiction, trauma, skill-building, suicidal ideation, psychosis, and the beginning and end of therapy.
Filled with examples, suggestions for dialogue, and questions for a variety of therapeutic situation, Shapiro's conversational tone makes the book very relatable. Early-career therapists will refer to it for years to come, and veteran practitioners looking for a refresher (or introduction) to the latest in trauma and attachment work will find it especially useful.
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Unfortunately it is a shame.
Obviously i dont want to criticize the whole content of the author. It has great moments, full of expertise and wisdom earned from experience. Unfortunately i am shocked about the unterstanding of the author of "group identidy" and so called "privilege". To see an expirienced colleague like mrs. Shapiro talking about those complex issues in such an ignorant manner is considerably absurd. The author of this book buys in the current extremist ideology of "white male privilege" and ist blatantly giving "professionel" advice on how do deal with it in therapy. That shows a really shocking narrowminded view of the world and the human mind. Talking about "white male privilege" on the one hand and on the other hand trying to tell people that they are not limited to their supposedly assigned "group identities" in the same chapter is so nonsensical its almost funny. dont buy into ideologies. use ur own minds.