Connections is a multifaceted approach, developed to address issues relating to shame, and to facilitate the development of shame resilience. The curriculum is ideal for populations working with issues such as self esteem, love and belonging, authenticity, the development of empathy, connection, and power, and the ability to cultivate a resilient spirit. While the activities, readings, presentations, and materials within Connections will have significant benefit to almost any population, it is particularly suited to working with populations in treatment for substance abuse, abuse and trauma survivors, incarcerated populations, and individuals facing challenging life transitions requiring additional help in developing competence in facilitating interpersonal connection, personal empowerment, development of empathy, and enhancing of self esteem and self confidence. Although designed to use as a 12 part series, Dr. Brown invites program facilitators to "make the curriculum their own. One of the strengths of Connections is that the materials and tools contained within the curriculum are designed to be flexible.
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About this title Synopsis: This revised and expanded edition of Connections, now published by Hazelden, draws on empirically based strategies to help your clients recognize shame as a universal experience and embrace authentic living as a foundation for shame resilience.
Topics include defining shame practicing empathy exploring triggers and vulnerabilities practicing critical awareness reaching out to others creating, embracing, and inspiring change Connections engages clients on a cognitive, behavioral, and interpersonal level.
The Connections Curriculum includes a three-ring binder with facilitator information and lesson plans for twelve sessions, a minute DVD, and a CD-ROM containing reproducible client handouts. The DVD features talks with the author that are keyed to the sessions as well as an introduction to the curriculum. About the Author: Dr. Brene Brown is a writer, researcher, educator, and activist.
She is an award-winning member of the research faculty at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work, where she has spent the past ten years studying authenticity, belonging, and shame, and the effect these powerful emotions have on the way we live, love, parent, work, and build relationships. Brown lives in Houston with her husband, Steve, and their two children, Ellen and Charlie.
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Connections (Psychoeducational Shame-Resilience Curriculum)
Our systems approach incorporates support and education for family members of a loved one who is in treatment and for a family as a whole. Our training allows us to help you to work on forming healthy attachment relationships with your family members. Many times, we need to have the family in sessions in order to help the person the most, or the family members also need some information, therapy, or support of their own. We hope to help the entire family with our team under one roof whenever possible, or we will connect you with specialists that collaborate with us. Our teen group includes parent support and education group sessions. This runs both as a 5 day intensive and as a 12 week group. Ages most typical.
CONNECTIONS CURRICULUM BRENE BROWN PDF
Fifteen 15 hours of continuing education will be available through the certification process, which includes three 3 hours of Ethics. Advanced Search Search Tips. The DVD features talks with the author that are keyed to the sessions as well as an introduction to the curriculum. Jennifer Grissman rated it really liked it Jun 29, See 5 more pictures. Brene Brown is simply amazing! In order to set up a list of libraries that you have access to, you must first login or sign up. D rated it really liked it Aug 13, Want to Read saving….
Brene’ Brown’s Connections Curriculum