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Healing Tasks for Survivors of Abuse. Developing Support. Developing Self Functions. Undoing, Redoing, and Mourning. Reconsolidation. Assessing the Healing Process. Memoried and Remembering. Enactment and Recontextualization. The Body Process in Healing.
James I. Kepner, Ph.D., is a psychologist in private practice in Cleveland, Ohio. where he is also on the professional staff of the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland. He is author of Body Process: Working with the Body in Psychotherapy, a selection of the Behavioral Sciences Book Club.
"I am very enthusiastic about this book, its treatment orientation, and its emphasis on healing tasks undertaken in a graduated sequence. It makes a substantial contribution to the clinical strategies currently available for the treatment of adult survivors of childhood abuse, and as such, is a resource for therapists struggling with treatment issues generated by the repressed memory/delayed memory controversy." - Christine A. Courtois, Ph.D., Director of Clinical Training, Psychiatric Institute of Washington "Therapists, adult survivors, counselors, ministers, and all concerned with the long-term effects of childhood sexual abuse should read this book. A fresh new approach that integrates recent developments in the field of post-traumatic stress disorder." - John P. Wilson. Ph.D., Director, Center for Stress and Trauma, Cleveland "What a fine work this is! Kepner, a virtuoso Gestalt therapist, provides a powerful, practical framework for survivors of abuse and their therapists that is thorough, thoughtful, clear, comprehensive, humane, and impeccably intelligent. A must for any clinician's library, and empowering reading for survivors in need of a solid, intellectual grasp on their experience." - Belleruth Naparstek, LISW, author, Staying Well with Guided Imagery "Kepner provides a compassionate, knowledgeable, and careful analysis of how to take a Gestalt approach when working with survivors of child sexual abuse. I highly recommend this book." - Catherine Classen, Ph.D., Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Stanford