By Dr. Kim Anderson Ph.D.
This book√ñwill aid swap the paradigm that has gripped the psychological future health professions for thus lengthy and may be a good increase should you be aware of there has to be a greater and extra affirmative option to do that vital work.
-Dennis Saleebey, DSW
college of Social Welfare, collage of Kansas
In this e-book, Kim Anderson demonstrates the level to which people with histories of family members violence may have "self-correcting" developments that advertise their confident model in overcoming trauma. those strengths, which frequently pass unrecognized or underappreciated, can be utilized for therapeutic. This publication assists psychological well-being practitioners in opting for, helping, and validating the resilient capacities in their consumers.
Anderson offers new conceptual frameworks and medical suggestions for integrating resilience-oriented and strengths-based remedy with survivors of relations violence. The e-book discusses resilience in survivors of formative years incest, childrens of battered ladies, and contributors previously in violent family relationships.
Key themes discussed:
- Dynamics and outcomes of family members oppression and violence
- The energy of restoration and posttraumatic progress
- Assessments that trap shopper strengths, resilience, and acts of resistance
- Spirituality: making which means of one's trauma and objective in existence
This ebook demanding situations the basis that survivors who've suffered from kinfolk violence will stay wounded all through lifestyles. Anderson underscores the resourcefulness of consumers, and illuminates the various methods humans be successful in the course of and within the aftermath of kinfolk violence."
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Additional info for Enhancing Resilience in Survivors of Family Violence
Seeing a television program on domestic violence and realizing that is what one has experienced), and maturing (Garmezy, 1987; Laws, 1995; Rubin, 1996). The following section discusses 24 Enhancing Resilience in Survivors of Family Violence Werner and Smith’s (1992) longitudinal studies of individuals who endured childhood poverty, but grew up to be caring and competent adults. Werner and Smith (1992) studied a birth cohort who were born into poverty on the Hawaiian island of Kauai in 1955, and followed their development across the life span.
Exploring oppression and its consequences assist in understanding why and how personal strategies of resistance develop. Individuals’ acts of resistance may thus serve as the catalyst for survival perseverance, and the subsequent development of strategies that promote resilience and recovery. As individuals come to understand the injurious actions perpetrated on them, they may, for example, resolve to be different from their oppressors and, therefore, choose to end a cycle of harming self and others rather than perpetuating it.
G. ) along with their struggles. The strengths perspective allows for a collaborative process between the client and practitioner as they mutually share their strengths, life stories, and aspirations (Sullivan & Rapp, 1994). The relationship is of central importance and builds on the resourcefulness of the client. The continued focus on the positive assists clients to get back in touch with their natural resources and bring out additional strengths to assist in achieving their aspirations. Instead of a problem-centered focus, individual and environmental strengths are emphasized as vital to good social work practice.