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Trauma Therapy 101: The Basics

Trauma is a normal part of the human experience, but it varies widely in terms of severity and impact. Patients who come to therapy with a history of trauma that has caused significant havoc and dysfunction in their lives may struggle to reach their treatment goals without a treatment plan that emphasizes the resolution of the trauma itself. For this reason, all psychotherapists should be aware of the conditions needed for trauma treatment to be successful. In 2006, Wolfgang Toller outlined eight prerequisites for trauma treatment, which are outlined in Dagmar Härle’s book, ‘Trauma Sensitive Yoga.’ The following have been adapted from Härle’s book and represent the basic requirements for the treatment of trauma in therapy. 1.Security Trauma involves an inherent lack of security—an experience in which a person’s needs for safety are ignored or somehow violated. Therefore, it is critical to establish safety in the therapeutic space in order for the work to be effective. Part of

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