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Number of Pages: 463
Publication Date: 1990
|Dimensions: 9.22 X 7.32 X 0.93 (inches)|
Survivor Prayers: Talking with God about Childhood Sexual AbuseCatherine FooteWestminster John Knox Press / 1994 / Trade Paperback$18.00 Retail:
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Defiant Hope: Spirituality for Survivors of Family AbuseJames LeehanWestminster John Knox Press / 1993 / Trade Paperback$22.50 Retail:
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In this groundbreaking companion to The Courage to Heal, Laura Davis offers an inspiring, in-depth workbook that speaks to all women and men healing from the effects of child sexual abuse. The combination of checklists, writing and art Projects, open-ended questions and activities expertly guides the survivor through the healing process.
- Survival Skills—Teaches survivors to create a safe, supportive environment, ask for help, deal with crisis periods, and choose therapy.
- Aspects Of Healing—Focuses on the healing process: gaining a capacity for hope, breaking silence, letting go of shame, turning anger into action, planning a confrontation, preparing for family contact, and affirming personal progress.
- Guidelines For Healing Sexually—Redefines the concept of "safe sex" and establishes healthy ground rules for sexual contact.
Laura Davis is the author of The Courage to Heal Workbook, Allies in Healing, Becoming the Parent You Want to Be, and I Thought We'd Never Speak Again. She teaches writing and lives with her family in Santa Cruz, California.
the kattAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5a good book just taking my time with toMay 20, 2011the kattAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4I really like the book. I've looked for years to fine something that would help me. I think this just what I was looking for.
I'm taking my time with it because there is a lot to take in.
Gloria1 Stars Out Of 5April 21, 2010GloriaWhile there are aspects of this book that can be very helpful, I would strongly caution the use of it. As stated in the other reviews, it is not Bible-based and can actually cause quite a bit of confusion about what is truth (not only in how to heal but about what may have actually happened to the person). There are some useful exercises, but again - must be used with great care.
Debi1 Stars Out Of 5January 4, 2010DebiWhile Laura Davis is to be commended for bringing survivor issues to the forefront of our nation's conciousness, this book should not be regarded as a Christian perspective on healing. As the previous rater has stated forgiveness is not valued in the healing process (anger is regarded as the defining goal of healing), and throughout the book homosexuality is discussed and legitimized. With so many GOOD, BIBLICALLY based books on the market, this book is best left to the secular world.
Darlene1 Stars Out Of 5June 13, 2009DarleneThis book is not biblical. I have worked through some of this book before I had a relationship with Christ. It encourages one not to forgive if you don't want to and condones homosexuality which is unbiblical.