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The comprehensive resource model : effective therapeutic techniques for the healing of complex trauma

Author: Lisa Schwarz; Frank M Corrigan; Alastair Hull; Rajiv Raju
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017.
Series: Explorations in mental health series, 17.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Traditional methods employed in psychotherapy have limited effectiveness when it comes to healing the psychological effects of trauma, in particular, complex trauma. While a client may seem to make significant breakthroughs in understanding their feelings and experiences on a rational level by talking with a therapist, this will make no difference to their post-traumatic symptoms if the midbrain is unable to  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lisa Schwarz; Frank M Corrigan; Alastair Hull; Rajiv Raju
ISBN: 9781138916005 1138916005
OCLC Number: 948243529
Description: xix, 250 pages : illustration ; 24 cm.
Contents: Overview of the model --
The challenges of trauma --
Frozen breath --
Stepping into the affect --
Cutting off the pain and terror --
Re-membering, re-experiencing, re-processing, re-orienting, re-consolidating and re-newing --
Attunement --
Breathing --
Sacred place --
Resource grids --
Attachment resources --
Distress --
The core self in CRM : clinical aspects --
The core self in CRM : theoretical aspects --
Personal power animals as resources for healing --
Secondary resources and additional protocols --
Blocks to healing --
New truths and session closure --
Application of CRM to the treatment of dissociative identity disorder.
Series Title: Explorations in mental health series, 17.
Responsibility: Lisa Schwarz, Frank Corrigan, Alastair Hull and Rajiv Raju.

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Traditional methods employed in psychotherapy have limited effectiveness when it comes to healing the psychological effects of trauma, in particular, complex trauma. While a client may seem to make significant breakthroughs in understanding their feelings and experiences on a rational level by talking with a therapist, this will make no difference to their post-traumatic symptoms if the midbrain is unable to modulate its activity in response. The Comprehensive Resource Model argues for a novel therapeutic approach, which uniquely bridges neuroscience and spirituality through a combination of somatic therapy, traditional psychotherapy, and indigenous healing concepts to provide effective relief to survivors of trauma. The Comprehensive Resource Model was developed in response to the need for a streamlined, integrative therapeutic model; one which engages a scaffolding of neurobiological resources in many brain structures simultaneously in order for clients to be fully embodied and conscious in the present moment while processing their traumatic material. All three phases of trauma therapy: resourcing, processing, and integration are done simultaneously. Demonstrating a nested model and employing brain and body-based physiological safety as the foundation of healing, chapters describe three primary categories of targeted processing: implicit and explicit survival terror, ‘Little T Truths’, and ‘Big T Truths’, all of which contribute to thorough healing of complex trauma and an expansion into higher states of consciousness and embodiment of the essential core self. This book describes the development and benefits of this pioneering new approach to trauma therapy. As such, it will be of key interest to academics, researchers and postgraduate students in the fields of psychiatry, psychotherapy, psychology and trauma studies. It will also appeal to practising therapists, psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric nurses, and to others involved in the treatment or management of patients with complex trauma disorders. -- Provided by publisher.

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