Trauma and the Struggle to Open Up: From Avoidance to Recovery and Growth


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Published USA, 2018
Building on his first book - Trauma and the Avoidant Client - this second book from Robert Muller guides therapists toward an understanding of work with clients suffering from unresolved traumatic experiences. Using a relational, integrative approach, the author follows the ups and downs of the psychotherapy relationship:

How do we tell when we've unknowingly compromised safety in the relationship?
What happens in the relationship when clients or therapists rush the process?
How can subtle conflicts in the relationship become useful in treatment?

The pacing of therapy is critical, Muller argues. He supports his work with a host of practical tips and protocols and case examples.

Robert Muller is Professor of Clinical Psychology at York University, Canada.
Hardback. 208 pages

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