AcknowledgementsIntroduction Part 1: Enlarging the Field of Choice Making Change Possible The Organization of Parts and Wholes Working with Arousal There and then, here and now Part 2: At the Limits of Self From Fear to Safety From Helplessness to Autonomy From Disconnection to Contact From Shame to Acceptance Part 3: A Relational Home for Trauma The Role of the Therapist The Well-Resourced Therapist Embodied Relationship Transforming Relational Wounds Glossary References Index
Miriam Taylor is a Gestalt psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer. With a background in adult education she later worked clinically for some years with young people. From this she developed her focus on trauma. She works in private practice and at a trauma service. She teaches at Metanoia Institute, UK, and elsewhere.