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Creating sanctuary : toward the evolution of sane societies

Author: Sandra L Bloom
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 1997.
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In Creating Sanctuary, Dr. Sandra Bloom argues that our society is sick: we are emotionally numb, addicted to violence, alienated from ourselves and each other, and trapped in a vicious cycle of destructive behavior. By applying the successes from her treatment programs with severely traumatized individuals to larger group and social organizations, Dr. Bloom offers insights into how we can create safe environments  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sandra L Bloom
ISBN: 0415915686 9780415915687 0415918588 9780415918589
OCLC Number: 35955107
Description: xi, 306 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Trauma theory: deconstructing the social --
Through a glass darkly: the theory of trauma --
Physical response to danger --
Cognitive response to danger --
Emotional response to danger --
Social response to danger --
Behavioral response to danger --
Consequences of the response to danger: making meaning --
Trauma-organized behavior --
Attachment: constructing the social --
Attachment and separation --
Lessons from our ancestors-primate research --
Mom and dad as brain modulators --
Disrupted attachments --
Attachment in adults: the continuing need for social support --
Remembering the social in psychiatry --
Deviance --
Brief history --
Social philosophers --
Psychiatry and the social --
Social psychiatry --
General systems theory and feminist critiques --
Therapeutic milieu --
Creating a living-learning environment --
Beginning to make a shift --
Creating sanctuary: reconstructing the social --
Creating a safe space --
Shared assumptions --
Shared goals --
Shared practice --
Whom we treated --
Starting the process of recovery --
Reconstruction: the story emerges --
Reconnection --
How we took care of ourselves --
Where we failed --
Where we succeeded --
Work to be done --
Toward the evolution of sane societies --
Going by the numbers: a trauma-organized society --
Sane societies? --
Lessons from the sanctuary model and moral safety --
Creative life as sanctuary.
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Using the experimental laboratory and inpatient community as the launching pad for many of the ideas, this text applies specific aspects of psychiatric treatment to a much broader social base. It  Read more...

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