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Carole Tosone talks about her research on shared trauma and the finding that therapists who talked about their experiences of the disaster with clients found it healing for themselves and for their clients. Being honest about shared trauma can be an organizing experience.
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Carole Tosone talks about her research on shared trauma and the finding that therapists who talked about their experiences of the disaster with clients found it healing for themselves and for their clients. Being honest about shared trauma can be an organizing experience.
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And so what you found in your research was that clinicians shouldn't be afraid, were dismissive of the conversation where they share about what's going on with them in this shared pandemic experience. Because people already know that it's going on right exactly. So you can model for them. In a sense, um, the openness around what you experience, perhaps how you try to handle it. And this is a This is a choice for each clinician. I'm not suggesting that everyone do it, but what I'm saying is what we found in the research is that it shifted the way in which many people practice such that they were much more comfortable with self disclosure. Afterwards, they were much more comfortable practicing in a more relational model and that the clients appreciated that as well. And I think with this current situation, um, if you're saying, um, you know, I'm not concerned, I'm not worried. I've had clients, you know, ask me my experience, and if they pick up and in authenticity to it, I'm not sure how that first furthest of therapeutic work, whereas you can model a sense of both holding some anxiety with the unknown. But also being able to be available, and the work in some ways can help us as clinicians. I mean, for us, think about it. It gives a sense of purpose, a sense of meaning, and it's an organizing experience for us.
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