Beyond Surviving: The Final Stage in Recovery from Sexual Abuse

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iUniverse, Sep 1, 2012 - Self-Help - 218 pages
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In the world of recovery, there has been a shift from using the word "victim" to "survivor" when describing those who have been abused. This new label conveys strength-to empower and to embolden you as you begin the journey of recovery. While moving from victim to survivor is an important step in the healing process, it does not go far enough in framing an identity that leads to a thriving and powerful life.

In Beyond Surviving, author Rachel Grant, a trauma recovery coach, provides an understanding of the three stages of recovery-victim, survivor, and beyond surviving-and offers survivors guidance and tools for reaching the third stage of recovery.

Based on cognitive behavioral techniques, neurological science, the power of language to heal, and Grant's personal journey, Beyond Surviving teaches you how to actively challenge and break the patterns of thought and behavior that result from sexual abuse. It explores how different areas of life are impacted by abuse and communicates valuable skills for gaining a new perspective that inspires action and change. It provides an opportunity to refl ect and practice these new skills through exercises and assignments.

Beyond Surviving enables survivors of sexual abuse to take back their rights and realize their own ability to make powerful choices about who they are and how they live. This guidebook offers an opportunity to reach the fi nal stage of recovery and begin living authentically and free from the burdens of past experiences.

 

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Contents

Copyright
1
Acknowledgements
4
The Philosophy of Beyond Surviving
5
Part 1
7
Part 2
18
Part 3
39
Part 4
49
Part 5
69
Part 6
92
Part 7
117
Part 8
123
Part 9
159
Part 10
173
Appendices
179
References
205
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Rachel Grant earned a master's degree in counseling psychology and works as a trauma recovery coach. She provides a compassionate and challenging approach for her clients while using coaching as opposed to therapeutic models. Grant is a member of the International Coach Federation and San Francisco Coaches.

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