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The courage to heal workbook : for women and men survivors of child sexual abuse, Laura Davis

Label
The courage to heal workbook : for women and men survivors of child sexual abuse
Title
The courage to heal workbook
Title remainder
for women and men survivors of child sexual abuse
Statement of responsibility
Laura Davis
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1956-
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Davis, Laura
Dewey number
616.85/83
Index
no index present
LC call number
HV6570
LC item number
.D245 1990
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Adult child sexual abuse victims
  • Adult child sexual abuse victims
  • Self-help techniques
  • Adult child sexual abuse victims
  • Child Abuse, Sexual
  • Child Abuse, Sexual
  • Self Care
Label
The courage to heal workbook : for women and men survivors of child sexual abuse, Laura Davis
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 455-460)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
About Language -- Where Am I Right Now? -- What It Will Feel Like to Use This Book -- About the Exercises in this Book -- Writing as a Healing Tool -- About Freewriting -- Art as a Healing Tool -- About Making Collages -- Survival Skills for Healing -- Creating Safety -- The Five Building Blocks of Safety -- Create Ground Rules -- Build a Container -- Find a Safe Spot -- Establish Your Privacy -- Establish a Protective Ritual -- Building Your Support System -- Creating a Support System -- Helps and Hindrances to Healing -- Therapists and Therapy -- Dealing With Crisis -- When I'm Lost and Scared -- Phone List for Hard Times -- When I Start to Panic -- Things I Can Do When I'm Overwhelmed -- Dealing with Suicidal Feelings -- My Suicide Prevention Plan -- The Emergency Stage -- Simplify Your Life -- Ask for Help -- Create a Light at the End of the Tunnel -- Nurturing Yourself -- Learning to Nurture Yourself -- Marking the Way -- Marking the Way: A Writing Exercise -- What Have I Already Accomplished? -- Celebrating Your Accomplishments -- Taking Stock -- Where did I Come From? -- When I Was Growing Up -- Name the Abuser -- The Effects: How did it Change My Life? -- Assessing the Damage -- Identifying My Strengths -- Activity: Picturing the Effects -- Putting the Abuse in Perspective -- Coping: How did I Survive? -- Identifying Coping Mechanisms -- Forgiving Yourself -- The Pros and Cons of Coping Behaviors -- Developing Healthier Ways of Coping -- Aspects of Healing -- The Decision to Heal -- Preparing for Change -- Facing an Uncertain Future -- Willingness -- About Courage -- Activity: Designing a Warrior Mask -- Expanding Your Capacity for Hope -- Putting Hope Aside: A Writing Exercise -- My Hopes Today -- Making Hopes Come True -- Remembering -- What Is a Memory? -- Piecing Together the Puzzle -- If You Don't Remember -- What Am I Afraid Of? -- Activity: Picturing -- Believing it Happened -- I Don't Want to Believe It -- Research Your Childhood -- Breaking Silence -- Why Tell? -- Simple Telling or Confrontation? -- Childhood Lessons: Silence -- If You Told -- A Few Choice Words on Telling the Truth -- Guidelines for Telling -- Understanding that it Wasn't Your Fault -- Letting Go of Shame -- Identifying Hidden Shame -- Replacing Shame with Reality -- Observing Children -- Evidence of Childhood -- The Child Within -- Activity: Picturing the Child Within -- Letter to an Abused Child: A Writing Exercise -- Learning to Trust Yourself -- Being Present -- Internalized Messages -- The Inner Voice -- Learning to Say No -- Saying No: A Writing Exercise -- Grieving and Mourning -- Naming Your Losses: A Writing Exercise -- Activity: Creating a Grieving Ritual -- Anger -- Anger Inventory -- Fear of Anger -- Letters to an Abuser: A Pair of Writing Exercises -- Anger into Action -- Activity: The Banner Project -- Forgiveness? -- Confrontations -- What Have I Done Already? -- Should I Confront? -- Vanquishing Secret Hopes -- Making a Confrontation Plan -- After the Confrontation -- The Other Eulogy: A Writing Exercise -- Dealing with Your Family Now -- What Is a Family? -- Evaluating My Family of Origin -- Redefining Family -- Looking at Individual Relationships -- Setting the Ground Rules -- Planning for Family Contact -- Developing Realistic Expectations -- Giving Up the Fantasy: A Writing Exercise -- Letting Go: An Activity -- Enjoying Your New Family: A Writing Exercise -- Resolution and Moving on -- How Far Have I Come? A Writing Exercise -- Why Has It Been Worth It? -- Tooting Your Own Horn -- Things I Like About Myself -- Things I've Dreamed of Doing and Becoming -- Activity: Creating a Celebration Ritual -- Guidelines for Healing Sexually -- For Whom Am I Doing This? -- What Is Sex? -- What Is Sex? (Part II) -- Sexual Ground Rules -- Safe Sex Guidelines -- Activity: Massaging Hands -- Sexual Hopes: A Writing Exercise -- Resources -- Organizations -- Healing Books
Control code
20167838
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xv, 463 pages
Isbn
9780060964375
Lccn
89045646
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)20167838
Label
The courage to heal workbook : for women and men survivors of child sexual abuse, Laura Davis
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 455-460)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
About Language -- Where Am I Right Now? -- What It Will Feel Like to Use This Book -- About the Exercises in this Book -- Writing as a Healing Tool -- About Freewriting -- Art as a Healing Tool -- About Making Collages -- Survival Skills for Healing -- Creating Safety -- The Five Building Blocks of Safety -- Create Ground Rules -- Build a Container -- Find a Safe Spot -- Establish Your Privacy -- Establish a Protective Ritual -- Building Your Support System -- Creating a Support System -- Helps and Hindrances to Healing -- Therapists and Therapy -- Dealing With Crisis -- When I'm Lost and Scared -- Phone List for Hard Times -- When I Start to Panic -- Things I Can Do When I'm Overwhelmed -- Dealing with Suicidal Feelings -- My Suicide Prevention Plan -- The Emergency Stage -- Simplify Your Life -- Ask for Help -- Create a Light at the End of the Tunnel -- Nurturing Yourself -- Learning to Nurture Yourself -- Marking the Way -- Marking the Way: A Writing Exercise -- What Have I Already Accomplished? -- Celebrating Your Accomplishments -- Taking Stock -- Where did I Come From? -- When I Was Growing Up -- Name the Abuser -- The Effects: How did it Change My Life? -- Assessing the Damage -- Identifying My Strengths -- Activity: Picturing the Effects -- Putting the Abuse in Perspective -- Coping: How did I Survive? -- Identifying Coping Mechanisms -- Forgiving Yourself -- The Pros and Cons of Coping Behaviors -- Developing Healthier Ways of Coping -- Aspects of Healing -- The Decision to Heal -- Preparing for Change -- Facing an Uncertain Future -- Willingness -- About Courage -- Activity: Designing a Warrior Mask -- Expanding Your Capacity for Hope -- Putting Hope Aside: A Writing Exercise -- My Hopes Today -- Making Hopes Come True -- Remembering -- What Is a Memory? -- Piecing Together the Puzzle -- If You Don't Remember -- What Am I Afraid Of? -- Activity: Picturing -- Believing it Happened -- I Don't Want to Believe It -- Research Your Childhood -- Breaking Silence -- Why Tell? -- Simple Telling or Confrontation? -- Childhood Lessons: Silence -- If You Told -- A Few Choice Words on Telling the Truth -- Guidelines for Telling -- Understanding that it Wasn't Your Fault -- Letting Go of Shame -- Identifying Hidden Shame -- Replacing Shame with Reality -- Observing Children -- Evidence of Childhood -- The Child Within -- Activity: Picturing the Child Within -- Letter to an Abused Child: A Writing Exercise -- Learning to Trust Yourself -- Being Present -- Internalized Messages -- The Inner Voice -- Learning to Say No -- Saying No: A Writing Exercise -- Grieving and Mourning -- Naming Your Losses: A Writing Exercise -- Activity: Creating a Grieving Ritual -- Anger -- Anger Inventory -- Fear of Anger -- Letters to an Abuser: A Pair of Writing Exercises -- Anger into Action -- Activity: The Banner Project -- Forgiveness? -- Confrontations -- What Have I Done Already? -- Should I Confront? -- Vanquishing Secret Hopes -- Making a Confrontation Plan -- After the Confrontation -- The Other Eulogy: A Writing Exercise -- Dealing with Your Family Now -- What Is a Family? -- Evaluating My Family of Origin -- Redefining Family -- Looking at Individual Relationships -- Setting the Ground Rules -- Planning for Family Contact -- Developing Realistic Expectations -- Giving Up the Fantasy: A Writing Exercise -- Letting Go: An Activity -- Enjoying Your New Family: A Writing Exercise -- Resolution and Moving on -- How Far Have I Come? A Writing Exercise -- Why Has It Been Worth It? -- Tooting Your Own Horn -- Things I Like About Myself -- Things I've Dreamed of Doing and Becoming -- Activity: Creating a Celebration Ritual -- Guidelines for Healing Sexually -- For Whom Am I Doing This? -- What Is Sex? -- What Is Sex? (Part II) -- Sexual Ground Rules -- Safe Sex Guidelines -- Activity: Massaging Hands -- Sexual Hopes: A Writing Exercise -- Resources -- Organizations -- Healing Books
Control code
20167838
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xv, 463 pages
Isbn
9780060964375
Lccn
89045646
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)20167838

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