alexa Self-defense training as clinical intervention for survivors of trauma.
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Journal of Trauma & Treatment

Author(s): Rosenblum GD, Taska LS

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Abstract A well-designed self-defense curriculum, congruent with psychophysiologically informed trauma research and treatment, and integrated with input from therapists, can serve as an important adjunctive treatment. We provide a detailed description of such a program modified to be an experiential, psychoeducational intervention for female survivors of trauma. Recent research on the role of blocked motor responses in the development of pathology post-trauma is explored as a potential explanatory mechanism for the therapeutic benefits of self-defense training. Through specific examples and descriptions of teaching methods, we examine how this intervention compliments and augments traditional psychotherapeutic treatment of trauma sequelae. This article was published in Violence Against Women and referenced in Journal of Trauma & Treatment

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