Reproductive Trauma: Psychotherapy With Infertility and Pregnancy Loss Clients

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Reproductive Trauma: Psychotherapy With Infertility and Pregnancy Loss Clients by Janet Jaffe.pdf

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Descriptions : This is a terrific book that identifies the multiple devastating repercussions of reproductive trauma by examining the disruptions to one s own personalized reproductive story Grounded in developmental theory and richly illustrated with clinical examples it is a welcome much needed guide for all therapists working with this overlooked population Beyond its stated purpose of teaching mental health professionals its accessibility sensitivity and comprehensive scope make it a volume that will be useful to obstetric health providers medical social workers and bereavement specialists as well as the couples who experience these losses Irving G Leon PhD Adjunct Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology University of Michigan Health System Ann Arbor author of When a Baby Dies Psychotherapy for Pregnancy and Newborn Loss BR BR Jaffe and Diamond have done it again Their concept of the reproductive story simultaneously validates a patient s experience and provides guidelines for processing reproductive events It is an extremely valuable technique for therapists confronting increasingly complex medical technology and the psychological fallout A much needed contribution Leslie Westlund Tam MD Reproductive Psychiatrist San Diego CA BR BR A comprehensive guide for the clinical practitioner The authors draw from a wealth of empirical research as well as numerous case studies to provide a deep understanding of the experience of infertility and how to help guide patients through the process Mary P Riddle PhD The Pennsylvania State University World Campus BR BR Since the birth of the first in vitro fertilization baby years ago assisted reproductive technology continues to advance exponentially But despite this progress in medical technology our psychological understanding of the related emotional ethical and moral dilemmas has yet to be advanced BR BR Written by specialists in the field of reproductive counseling this volume aims to help clinicians understand and treat the unique needs of clients who have experienced adverse reproductive events including infertility miscarriageerinatal or newborn loss and premature or other complicated births Therapists will learn the importance of their clients reproductive story how to help them identify and grieve losses and how to guide them in making complicated decisions about family building Illustrated with numerous clinical examples this volume will help mental health professionals gain both insight and clinical skill in working with this complex and growing clinical population

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