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When Victims Victimize Others

Using Empathy to Help Abusers Make Amends

Noel Larson • 5/31/2018

By Noel Larson - Throughout my career, countless people have asked me how I can work with clients who’ve committed sexual abuse, murdered their wives, or broken their children’s bones and spirits. My answer has always been the same: all I have to do is remember and feel in my heart the traumatized children my clients once were.

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Applying the Power of Neuroscience to Heal Trauma, Attachment, Shame and More
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RICK HANSON, PH.D.
 
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3/26/2017
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NOEL LARSON, PH.D., MSW
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When Victims Victimize Others

Finding Compassion for Clients Who Do Horrible Things

Noel Larson • 5/12/2014

It’s in working with deeply troubled, unattached people who victimize others that we can learn some fundamental lessons about trauma work and the possibility of transformation, even for those whose apparent cruelty and indifference to the suffering of others seems to take them beyond the reach of psychotherapy.

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When Victims Victimize Others

Some Clients Challenge our Capacity for Compassion

Noel Larson • 5/12/2014

Most therapists find it relatively easy to feel empathy for the usual hyperaroused, vulnerable trauma client. But it can be a lot tougher to remain nonjudgmental and receptive with dissociative clients who’ve done horrible things to traumatize others.

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DANIEL J. FOX, PH.D.
 
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Applying the Power of Neuroscience to Heal Trauma, Attachment, Shame and More
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5/24/2017
Authors:
RICK HANSON, PH.D.
 
JANINA FISHER, PH.D.
 
LINDA GRAHAM, MFT
 
BRUCE ECKER, MA, LMFT
 
NOEL LARSON, PH.D., MSW
 
SARA BRIDGES, PHD
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Advances from Brain Science and Traumatology
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3/26/2017
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NOEL LARSON, PH.D., MSW
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4/1/2012
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JANINA FISHER, PH.D.
 
MARY JO BARRETT, MSW
 
MARTHA STRAUS, PH.D.
 
STEVEN STOSNY, PH.D.
 
MICHELE WEINER-DAVIS, MSW
 
JOYANNA SILBERG, PHD
 
NOEL LARSON, PH.D., MSW
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When Victims Victimize Others

Using Empathy to Help Abusers Make Amends

Noel Larson • 5/31/2018

By Noel Larson - Throughout my career, countless people have asked me how I can work with clients who’ve committed sexual abuse, murdered their wives, or broken their children’s bones and spirits. My answer has always been the same: all I have to do is remember and feel in my heart the traumatized children my clients once were.

Daily Blog

When Victims Victimize Others

Finding Compassion for Clients Who Do Horrible Things

Noel Larson • 5/12/2014

It’s in working with deeply troubled, unattached people who victimize others that we can learn some fundamental lessons about trauma work and the possibility of transformation, even for those whose apparent cruelty and indifference to the suffering of others seems to take them beyond the reach of psychotherapy.

Daily Blog
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When Victims Victimize Others

Some Clients Challenge our Capacity for Compassion

Noel Larson • 5/12/2014

Most therapists find it relatively easy to feel empathy for the usual hyperaroused, vulnerable trauma client. But it can be a lot tougher to remain nonjudgmental and receptive with dissociative clients who’ve done horrible things to traumatize others.

Magazine Article
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Noel R. Larson, Ph.D., MSW, is a licensed psychologist, marriage and family therapist and independent clinical social worker. She maintains a private practice at Meta Resources, a clinic she co-founded with James Maddock in 1981. Dr. Larson also provides supervision and consultation to groups throughout the country and conducts training workshops in the U.S. and abroad on personality disorders, family therapy, resilience, sexual abuse treatment, systemic treatment of domestic violence, group therapy, trauma and attachment and the therapist differentiation.

Dr. Larson provides ongoing consultation with several health care, social service and corrections organizations in Minnesota and Colorado and has had an ongoing consultation and training practice in Denmark for thirty years. Noel taught for several years at the University of Minnesota Graduate School of Social Work before becoming director of the Family Sexual Abuse Treatment Program at the University of Minnesota Medical School. She also developed and implemented the first U.S. treatment program for incarcerated female sex offenders at the Shakopee women's prison.

Dr. Larson is the coauthor of Incestuous Families: An Ecological Approach to Understanding and Treatment (Norton). As a consultant to a domestic violence treatment program, her and Dr. Maddock's systemic model was featured on Oprah, as an alternative to the cognitive-behavioral anger-management model.