"Provides practical and compassionate guidance on dismantling the childhood defenses of repression and denial."Contemporary Psychology.
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Jean J. Jensen is a therapist and the author of Reclaiming Your Life: A Step-by-Step Guide to Using Regression Therapy to Overcome the Effects of Childhood Abuse. Contemporary Psychology said the book “provides practical and compassionate guidance on dismantling the childhood defenses of repression and denial.” Jensen earned her MSW Degree from the University of Minnesota School of Social Work in 1963. She lives in Idaho.
Alice Miller (1923-2010) is the author of such classic works as The Drama of the Gifted Child, Prisoners of Childhood, The Body Never Lies, From Rage to Courage, and Free from Lies.
A psychotherapist with a Masters in social work, Jenson here advocates her version of recently maligned regression therapy. She contends that many adult relationship problems may be traced to our childhood coping mechanisms. She recommends identifying childhood fears and abuse?broadly defined as any painful childhood memory?and working through them using a clearly outlined inventory and grief process. The book comprises a discussion of her theory of regression therapy; brief, illustrative case studies from her practice; and, lastly, step-by-step instructions for the lay reader. While regression therapy has been accused of planting false memories through hypnosis and other means, the advice Jenson gives is innocuous enough not to cause any psychological harm. Given the current popularity of this controversial topic, this book should be considered as balance for its self-help methodology.?A. Arro Smith, San Marcos P.L., Tex.
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