Pierre Janet’s simple definition of trauma is ‘there was nobody there.’
In this presentation I will:
Define trauma, rage, & shame, use a case study to offer my understanding of how trauma, rage, & shame are related and show how a therapeutic relationship relationship transforms trauma, rage, & shame.Read More
In the trainings I deliver I have frequently been asked “what is the link between rage and shame?” Participants and myself have intuitively known that there is a strong relationship between them both. As a consequence I have been inspired to research the issue and have developed a model that articulates the connection between the two, and also a deeper understanding of how the therapeutic relationship can address these commonly presented, often perplexing, issues.
In this online interview I discuss a practice example of how a client may oscillate between rage and shame, the impact that this had on me as a therapist and how I worked with it.Read More
Suggested Reference Parker Hall S & Wilson J (2013). Anger, Rage, & Relationship (Pre Conference Interview). [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.onlinevents.co.uk/anger-rage-relationship-pre-conference-interview-sue-parker-hall/. [Last Accessed 21/05/13]. [divider]…Read More