Patterns of violence and trauma in the culture create a context of disconnection for both therapists and clients. Typical patterns of disconnection in therapists include defensiveness, imposition of control rather than empathic responsiveness, and over-reliance on individualistic models. This paper discusses how therapists can become aware of their own patterns of disconnection and build strategies for reconnection.

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