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The Resource Unspoken legacy : addressing the impact of trauma and addiction within the family, Claudia Black

Unspoken legacy : addressing the impact of trauma and addiction within the family, Claudia Black

Label
Unspoken legacy : addressing the impact of trauma and addiction within the family
Title
Unspoken legacy
Title remainder
addressing the impact of trauma and addiction within the family
Statement of responsibility
Claudia Black
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
A far-ranging examination of addiction and trauma in the family and how its effects can reverberate for generations. Trauma and addictive disorders are often a result of psychological injuries experienced as a child. These injuries typically produce long-term and harmful generational consequences on loved ones and other family members. Claudia Black presents a searing portrait of a broken family system, exploring how addiction and trauma develop and how their damaging repetition uproots and frequently destroys one's family tree. Filled with vignettes highlighting the various causes of trauma, Dr. Black helps readers understand its physiology and psychology and gives them healing, proactive steps to build healthier relationships
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Black, Claudia
Dewey number
362.29
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
RC455.4.F3
LC item number
B5273 2018
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
WS 105.5.F2
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Dysfunctional families
  • Psychic trauma
  • Addicts
Target audience
adult
Label
Unspoken legacy : addressing the impact of trauma and addiction within the family, Claudia Black
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 9
  • Grounding
  • 111
  • Layer 2
  • Exploring the Narrative
  • 121
  • Layer 3
  • Moving into Your Emotions
  • 123
  • Layer 4
  • Connecting the Past to the Present
  • Losses of Trauma
  • 127
  • Layer 5
  • Uncovering and Challenging Internalized Beliefs
  • 128
  • Layer 6
  • Learning New Skills
  • 131
  • Spirituality and the Healing of Trauma
  • 135
  • Expectations in Healing
  • 10
  • 136
  • Chapter 8
  • Your Allies in Healing
  • 139
  • Assembling a Team of Allies
  • 141
  • Your Potential Allies in Recovery
  • 142
  • Value of Group Processes in Addiction Recovery
  • 145
  • What Influences Trauma
  • Do You Need a Therapist?
  • 146
  • Finding the Right Therapist
  • 148
  • What You Need to Know about Trauma Therapy
  • 151
  • Role of Medications
  • 155
  • Reflecting on Your Resistance
  • 155
  • 11
  • Chapter 9
  • Family Expectations, Connections, and Disconnections
  • 159
  • Sharing Your Recovery with Family Members
  • 159
  • Staying Connected-with Limitations
  • 162
  • Setting Healthy Limits and Boundaries
  • 164
  • Connecting with Siblings
  • Childhood Resilience and Vulnerability
  • 165
  • Confronting Family Members as an Adult
  • 167
  • Symbolically Confronting Someone Who Has Died
  • 171
  • Don't Try to Do It All Alone
  • 172
  • Chapter 10
  • Forgiveness and Healing
  • 173
  • 14
  • What Forgiveness Is Not
  • 174
  • What Forgiveness Is
  • 175
  • When Forgiveness Goes Awry
  • 175
  • Self-Forgiveness
  • 176
  • Force Behind Forgiveness
  • 177
  • Biology of Trauma
  • Chapter 11
  • Creating Your New Narrative
  • 179
  • Part 1
  • Describe Your Healing and Recovery Thus Far
  • 180
  • Part 2
  • Describe Where You Are Now in Your Healing Journey
  • 181
  • Part 3
  • 16
  • Describe What You Will Do Next
  • 182
  • Part 4
  • Envision How Your Healing and Recovery Will Evolve
  • 183
  • Part 5
  • Embody Your New Narrative in a Few Key Words or Phrases
  • 184
  • Part 6
  • Envision Your Life Five Years from Now
  • Trauma and the Nervous System
  • 185
  • Healing Power of Narrative
  • 190
  • Embracing Healing and Recovery
  • 190
  • Chaprter 1
  • 20
  • Chapter 3
  • What We Know About Addiction
  • 23
  • Addiction's Two Faces
  • 24
  • Signs of Addiction
  • 26
  • Addiction and the Brain
  • 30
  • Getting to Know Trauma
  • Where Trauma and Addiction Meet
  • 33
  • When Various Forms of Addiction Interact
  • 36
  • Addiction as a Family Disease
  • 37
  • When Denial Fails
  • 39
  • Chapter 3
  • Addiction, Trauma, and the Family
  • 1
  • 43
  • A Steadt Diet of Trauma
  • 44
  • Trauma and Abandonment
  • 47
  • Trauma of Physical and Sexual Abuse
  • 50
  • Witnessing Abuse
  • 54
  • Overlooked and Discounted Trauma
  • What It Trauma?
  • 55
  • How Trauma Encourages Addiction
  • 57
  • Trauma/Addiction Cycle
  • 58
  • Bottom Line
  • 61
  • Chapter 4
  • How Trauma Affects You
  • 63
  • 3
  • Inner World of Trauma
  • 63
  • Delayed Responses to Trauma
  • 67
  • How Disorders Pair Up-or Pile Up
  • 82
  • Making the Turn
  • 85
  • Chapter 5
  • Shame: The Hidden Darkness
  • Big T, Little t
  • 87
  • How Shame Arises
  • 88
  • How Shame Masks Itself
  • 89
  • Chapter 6
  • Generational Reverberations: The Long-Term Effects
  • 91
  • A Mother in Trouble
  • 91
  • 7
  • A Son in Trouble
  • 97
  • Parenthood in Trouble
  • 98
  • Trauma Bonding
  • 99
  • New Faces, Old Dynamics
  • 100
  • Love and Relationship Addiction
  • 101
  • Trauma and You
  • Details vs. Dynamics
  • 102
  • Exploring Your Family Tree
  • 103
  • Create a Family Tree
  • 105
  • Chapter 7
  • Power of Self-Examination
  • 109
  • Layer 1
Control code
ocn975112694
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xix, 208 pages
Isbn
9781942094562
Lccn
2017020976
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
362.29 B561 ; XX-N ; [A17BP074, #51, 5@17.95, wjm/TKG]
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 975112694
  • (OCoLC)975112694
Label
Unspoken legacy : addressing the impact of trauma and addiction within the family, Claudia Black
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 9
  • Grounding
  • 111
  • Layer 2
  • Exploring the Narrative
  • 121
  • Layer 3
  • Moving into Your Emotions
  • 123
  • Layer 4
  • Connecting the Past to the Present
  • Losses of Trauma
  • 127
  • Layer 5
  • Uncovering and Challenging Internalized Beliefs
  • 128
  • Layer 6
  • Learning New Skills
  • 131
  • Spirituality and the Healing of Trauma
  • 135
  • Expectations in Healing
  • 10
  • 136
  • Chapter 8
  • Your Allies in Healing
  • 139
  • Assembling a Team of Allies
  • 141
  • Your Potential Allies in Recovery
  • 142
  • Value of Group Processes in Addiction Recovery
  • 145
  • What Influences Trauma
  • Do You Need a Therapist?
  • 146
  • Finding the Right Therapist
  • 148
  • What You Need to Know about Trauma Therapy
  • 151
  • Role of Medications
  • 155
  • Reflecting on Your Resistance
  • 155
  • 11
  • Chapter 9
  • Family Expectations, Connections, and Disconnections
  • 159
  • Sharing Your Recovery with Family Members
  • 159
  • Staying Connected-with Limitations
  • 162
  • Setting Healthy Limits and Boundaries
  • 164
  • Connecting with Siblings
  • Childhood Resilience and Vulnerability
  • 165
  • Confronting Family Members as an Adult
  • 167
  • Symbolically Confronting Someone Who Has Died
  • 171
  • Don't Try to Do It All Alone
  • 172
  • Chapter 10
  • Forgiveness and Healing
  • 173
  • 14
  • What Forgiveness Is Not
  • 174
  • What Forgiveness Is
  • 175
  • When Forgiveness Goes Awry
  • 175
  • Self-Forgiveness
  • 176
  • Force Behind Forgiveness
  • 177
  • Biology of Trauma
  • Chapter 11
  • Creating Your New Narrative
  • 179
  • Part 1
  • Describe Your Healing and Recovery Thus Far
  • 180
  • Part 2
  • Describe Where You Are Now in Your Healing Journey
  • 181
  • Part 3
  • 16
  • Describe What You Will Do Next
  • 182
  • Part 4
  • Envision How Your Healing and Recovery Will Evolve
  • 183
  • Part 5
  • Embody Your New Narrative in a Few Key Words or Phrases
  • 184
  • Part 6
  • Envision Your Life Five Years from Now
  • Trauma and the Nervous System
  • 185
  • Healing Power of Narrative
  • 190
  • Embracing Healing and Recovery
  • 190
  • Chaprter 1
  • 20
  • Chapter 3
  • What We Know About Addiction
  • 23
  • Addiction's Two Faces
  • 24
  • Signs of Addiction
  • 26
  • Addiction and the Brain
  • 30
  • Getting to Know Trauma
  • Where Trauma and Addiction Meet
  • 33
  • When Various Forms of Addiction Interact
  • 36
  • Addiction as a Family Disease
  • 37
  • When Denial Fails
  • 39
  • Chapter 3
  • Addiction, Trauma, and the Family
  • 1
  • 43
  • A Steadt Diet of Trauma
  • 44
  • Trauma and Abandonment
  • 47
  • Trauma of Physical and Sexual Abuse
  • 50
  • Witnessing Abuse
  • 54
  • Overlooked and Discounted Trauma
  • What It Trauma?
  • 55
  • How Trauma Encourages Addiction
  • 57
  • Trauma/Addiction Cycle
  • 58
  • Bottom Line
  • 61
  • Chapter 4
  • How Trauma Affects You
  • 63
  • 3
  • Inner World of Trauma
  • 63
  • Delayed Responses to Trauma
  • 67
  • How Disorders Pair Up-or Pile Up
  • 82
  • Making the Turn
  • 85
  • Chapter 5
  • Shame: The Hidden Darkness
  • Big T, Little t
  • 87
  • How Shame Arises
  • 88
  • How Shame Masks Itself
  • 89
  • Chapter 6
  • Generational Reverberations: The Long-Term Effects
  • 91
  • A Mother in Trouble
  • 91
  • 7
  • A Son in Trouble
  • 97
  • Parenthood in Trouble
  • 98
  • Trauma Bonding
  • 99
  • New Faces, Old Dynamics
  • 100
  • Love and Relationship Addiction
  • 101
  • Trauma and You
  • Details vs. Dynamics
  • 102
  • Exploring Your Family Tree
  • 103
  • Create a Family Tree
  • 105
  • Chapter 7
  • Power of Self-Examination
  • 109
  • Layer 1
Control code
ocn975112694
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xix, 208 pages
Isbn
9781942094562
Lccn
2017020976
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
362.29 B561 ; XX-N ; [A17BP074, #51, 5@17.95, wjm/TKG]
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 975112694
  • (OCoLC)975112694

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