Deanna Mulvihill Rebonding of the Body

ISBN 13: 9780968024201

Rebonding of the Body

 
9780968024201: Rebonding of the Body
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This manual (112 pages) describes the development of the program and the early experiences with the sessions which have been offered to several hundred women. Includes 25 color examples of methods.A workbook (42 pages) outlines the sessions, step-by-step instruction for the therapist, with a transcript of the relaxation and visualization exercises.

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“Rebonding of the Body” is a systematic approach to treatment for persons who have experienced sexual or physical abuse or serve trauma. The technique was developed in 1982 to respond to the needs of a large number of children who had experienced sexual abuse. It was then adapted for women, teenagers and then men. After succes with this population, it was utilitized with even more success with survivors of cancer therapy, burns, motor vehicle accidents and anorexia nervosa.

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D.M.: I was born in a small town in Southern Ontario, Canada. Since my father was in the Canadian Military I traveled with him and the rest of my family to many different parts of Canada. I spent a number of years of my youth in the Canadian Maritimes. I think that the diversity of the numerous places that I lived has given me a greater understanding of different people and what motivates them. The constant moving which I continued in my adulthood has made me more self-reliant and self assured than I might have otherwise been. I have lived and worked in numerous places in Canada and now am living in the Middle East. Amazon.com: When and why did you begin writing? When did you first consider yourself a writer? D.M.: I first began writing in connection with work, in the late seventies when I first was involved in work with adolescents in small group therapy. A short time after that I started to keep a journal of my thoughts, poems and drawings. I presently do not think of myself as a writer, but as a teacher, or a communicator. Most of my writing has been in relation to my work as a therapist, a nurse, and as a teacher. It is just sharing thoughts and ideas. I do however think of myself as a poet and have for the past ten years. I have always considered myself an artist, even in times when I have not been writing or painting anything, even as a young child.

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