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Yoga and Resilience

Empowering Practices for Survivors of Sexual Trauma

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Yoga is an embodied practice that promotes well-being, resilience, and connection. Yoga and Resilience: Empowering Practices for Survivors of Sexual Trauma provides tangible tools, rooted in empirical and experiential data, that supports those seeking to use yoga and mindfulness practices as a tool to address the physiological and psychological impacts of trauma. There is a growing evidence base to suggest that yoga can be an adjunctive tool in supporting survivors of sexual violence.

Yoga and Resilience: Empowering Practices for Survivors of Sexual Trauma is a collaboration of leading experts dedicated to addressing the impacts of sexual trauma through yoga and mindfulness practices. The work supports a holistic approach to ameliorating the impacts of traumatic stress, and specifically the impacts of sexual trauma. This work serves as resource to survivors, yoga teachers and practitioners, yoga service providers, trauma practitioners and agency administrators among others. This book presents a foundational understanding of sexual trauma and illuminates current best practices for integrating trauma-informed, universally inclusive practices into work with persons and systems impacted by sexual trauma. The text strives to provide concrete tools to better serve survivors and to ensure that teachers and administrators approach service in an intentional and inclusive way.

This text is the result of a uniquely co-creative process and is part of a larger series by the Yoga Service Council in collaboration with the Omega Institute and with support from lululemon Here to Be. To date, there have been three texts published: Best Practices for Yoga in Schools, Best Practices for Yoga with Veterans, and Best Practices for Yoga in the Criminal Justice System.

 

PART I UNDERSTANDING SEXUAL VIOLENCE AND TRAUMA

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION: SETTING THE CONTEXT         DANIELLE ROUSSEAU & DANI HARRIS

CHAPTER 2 UNDERSTANDING TRAUMA                     LIDIA SNYDER & DANIELLE ROUSSEAU

CHAPTER 3 UNDERSTANDING SEXUAL TRAUMA         DANI HARRIS & DANIELLE ROUSSEAU

PART II INTRODUCTION TO BEST PRACTICES

CHAPTER 4 BEST PRACTICES FOR CREATING A TRAUMA-INFORMED YOGA EXPERIENCE          LIDIA SNYDER & BETH JONES

CHAPTER 5 GENERAL BEST PRACTICES FOR WORKING WITH SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL TRAUMA DANI HARRIS   &   AMANDA NAPIOR

PART III DEVELOPMENT AND SEXUAL TRAUMA

CHAPTER 6 PREGNANCY AND POSTPARTUM          AMANDA NAPIOR

CHAPTER 7 CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS             LIDIA SNYDER

PART IV IDENTITIES AND INTERSECTIONAL PERSPECTIVES

CHAPTER 8 GENDER AND SEXUAL MINORITIES COMMUNITY DANI HARRIS

CHAPTER 9 MEN       DANIEL HICKMAN

CHAPTER 10 DISABILITY AND ELDERS        BETH JONES

PART V CONTEXTS OF ABUSE

CHAPTER 11 SEXUAL TRAUMA ON COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY CAMPUSES            JAMES JURGENSEN

CHAPTER 12 MILITARY SEXUAL TRAUMA         PAMELA STOKES EGGLESTON

CHAPTER 13 INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE         AMANDA NAPIOR

CHAPTER 14 SEX TRAFFICKING        AMANDA NAPIOR

CHAPTER 15 INCARCERATED SURVIVORS         AMANDA NAPIOR

CHAPTER 16 ABUSE IN RELIGIOUS, SPIRITUAL AND INTENTIONAL COMMUNITIES            AMANDA NAPIOR

PART VI PROGRAM AND RELATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS

CHAPTER 17 SAFETY, LEGAL, AND LOGISTICAL CONSIDERATIONS           NAN HERRON

CHAPTER 18 RELATIONAL WISDOM: SELF-CARE, BOUNDARIES, AND CULTURAL HUMILITY KIMBERLEIGH WEISS-LEWIT

PART VII CONCLUSION

CHAPTER 19 CONCLUSIONS      DANIELLE ROUSSEAU & DANI HARRIS

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Danielle ROUSSEAU

Danielle Rousseau is an Assistant Professor at Boston University.

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Yoga and Resilience

Empowering Practices for Survivors of Sexual Trauma

£35.00 GBP / $45.00 USD Free delivery in the UK and USA

Yoga is an embodied practice that promotes well-being, resilience, and connection. Yoga and Resilience: Empowering Practices for Survivors of Sexual Trauma provides tangible tools, rooted in empirical and experiential data, that supports those seeking to use yoga and mindfulness practices as a tool to address the physiological and psychological impacts of trauma. There is a growing evidence base to suggest that yoga can be an adjunctive tool in supporting survivors of sexual violence.

Yoga and Resilience: Empowering Practices for Survivors of Sexual Trauma is a collaboration of leading experts dedicated to addressing the impacts of sexual trauma through yoga and mindfulness practices. The work supports a holistic approach to ameliorating the impacts of traumatic stress, and specifically the impacts of sexual trauma. This work serves as resource to survivors, yoga teachers and practitioners, yoga service providers, trauma practitioners and agency administrators among others. This book presents a foundational understanding of sexual trauma and illuminates current best practices for integrating trauma-informed, universally inclusive practices into work with persons and systems impacted by sexual trauma. The text strives to provide concrete tools to better serve survivors and to ensure that teachers and administrators approach service in an intentional and inclusive way.

This text is the result of a uniquely co-creative process and is part of a larger series by the Yoga Service Council in collaboration with the Omega Institute and with support from lululemon Here to Be. To date, there have been three texts published: Best Practices for Yoga in Schools, Best Practices for Yoga with Veterans, and Best Practices for Yoga in the Criminal Justice System.

 

PART I UNDERSTANDING SEXUAL VIOLENCE AND TRAUMA

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION: SETTING THE CONTEXT         DANIELLE ROUSSEAU & DANI HARRIS

CHAPTER 2 UNDERSTANDING TRAUMA                     LIDIA SNYDER & DANIELLE ROUSSEAU

CHAPTER 3 UNDERSTANDING SEXUAL TRAUMA         DANI HARRIS & DANIELLE ROUSSEAU

PART II INTRODUCTION TO BEST PRACTICES

CHAPTER 4 BEST PRACTICES FOR CREATING A TRAUMA-INFORMED YOGA EXPERIENCE          LIDIA SNYDER & BETH JONES

CHAPTER 5 GENERAL BEST PRACTICES FOR WORKING WITH SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL TRAUMA DANI HARRIS   &   AMANDA NAPIOR

PART III DEVELOPMENT AND SEXUAL TRAUMA

CHAPTER 6 PREGNANCY AND POSTPARTUM          AMANDA NAPIOR

CHAPTER 7 CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS             LIDIA SNYDER

PART IV IDENTITIES AND INTERSECTIONAL PERSPECTIVES

CHAPTER 8 GENDER AND SEXUAL MINORITIES COMMUNITY DANI HARRIS

CHAPTER 9 MEN       DANIEL HICKMAN

CHAPTER 10 DISABILITY AND ELDERS        BETH JONES

PART V CONTEXTS OF ABUSE

CHAPTER 11 SEXUAL TRAUMA ON COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY CAMPUSES            JAMES JURGENSEN

CHAPTER 12 MILITARY SEXUAL TRAUMA         PAMELA STOKES EGGLESTON

CHAPTER 13 INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE         AMANDA NAPIOR

CHAPTER 14 SEX TRAFFICKING        AMANDA NAPIOR

CHAPTER 15 INCARCERATED SURVIVORS         AMANDA NAPIOR

CHAPTER 16 ABUSE IN RELIGIOUS, SPIRITUAL AND INTENTIONAL COMMUNITIES            AMANDA NAPIOR

PART VI PROGRAM AND RELATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS

CHAPTER 17 SAFETY, LEGAL, AND LOGISTICAL CONSIDERATIONS           NAN HERRON

CHAPTER 18 RELATIONAL WISDOM: SELF-CARE, BOUNDARIES, AND CULTURAL HUMILITY KIMBERLEIGH WEISS-LEWIT

PART VII CONCLUSION

CHAPTER 19 CONCLUSIONS      DANIELLE ROUSSEAU & DANI HARRIS

Paperback, eBook
978-1-912085-93-4
1
280
13 black & white drawings
246 x 189
Not yet published
25 May 2020
Handspring Publishing

£35.00 GBP / $45.00 USD

Yoga, Movement, Mind-body Therapies

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We will use this data to notify you when this publication is available, and for no other purpose.
Danielle ROUSSEAU

Danielle Rousseau is an Assistant Professor at Boston University.

Read More ›

You may also be interested in:

Bulk discounts
for course
instructors
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