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Becoming Shameless: Encounters with Humiliation in the Therapeutic Relationship

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Includes a recording of the event with access for a year (14 days post the event) Bookings close at 9:00am BST Wednesday 30 June Shame is often felt .. Read more to be one of the most excruciating emotions, perhaps because it threatens one’s deepest sense of being loveable. Shame is often felt to be one of the most excruciating emotions, perhaps because it threatens one’s deepest sense of being loveable. When shame occurs in the therapy session, the intensity of that experience is greatly amplified. In this presentation, she revisits that encounter in an attempt to show how their mutual examination of the experience from an embodied perspective led to a shared understanding of the excruciating feelings of shame that the patient had experienced. Power, privilege and the shameful shadow of the wounded healer Every time a therapist uses the word ‘equality’ difficulties arise. Differences in power, privilege and entitlement in the socio-political world do not trace off perfectly onto therapy – but they are heavily present nonetheless because they have colonised our minds. It is possible to disrupt the power binary of therapist – client by referring to the therapist as a Wounded Healer.

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