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The Empowerment Wheel

Helping Clients Heal from Relationship Abuse
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Mar 21, 2024

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Intimate partner violence leaves long-term effects. Survivors often struggle with issues of safety, self-esteem, and trusting their own ability to make healthy decisions and enter future relationships. This revolutionary treatment method uses art therapy to guide individuals through a journey of self-exploration, helping them to re-discover their confidence and grow beyond their experiences.

Each sector of the Empowerment Wheel is supported by a creative project designed to help individuals examine their experience of red flags, boundaries, locus of control, relationship authenticity, self-talk, and integrated self. With this method, clients will learn to recognise the echoes of relationship abuse and begin to rebuild their self-esteem and individual sense of empowerment.

Grounded in the authors' extensive experience in the field of trauma and recovery, the Empowerment Wheel provides a measured, client-directed way to guide survivors of intimate partner violence through the healing process to build a healthy, empowered future.
  • Published: Mar 21 2024
  • Pages: 224
  • 214 x 138mm
  • ISBN: 9781839977664
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Press Reviews

  • Reina Lombardi, ATR-BC, ATCS, LMHC-QS, Owner Florida Art Therapy Services, LLC & Host of The Creative Psychotherapist Podcast

    Czerny and Brandoff have developed an incredible resource for clinicians serving clients who have experienced relationship abuse in any of its varying and diverse forms. They deftly integrated the latest research on the phenomenon and its treatment. Culturally diverse case vignettes, weaved throughout, help the reader understand the concepts and therapeutic applications offered through the lens of the client experience. Twelve holistic experiential art interventions offer a path to sovereignty for clients by bringing all the sectors of the Empowerment Wheel to life. This is a must have resource for any therapist helping clients to overcome relationship abuse.
  • Judith A. Rubin, PhD, ATR-BC, licensed psychologist and former president of the American Art Therapy Association

    The Empowerment Wheel model offers a helpful framework for understanding and treating victims of relationship abuse. This book adds suggested art therapy interventions for each sector of the model, thereby enhancing its potential to heal.
  • Jennifer Geddes Hall, PhD; Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Registered Play Therapist, and Associate Clinical Professor at Clemson University

    The Empowerment Wheel is a must have resource for any counselor working with survivors of domestic violence. The authors combine research and information with relevant case examples to clearly illustrate concepts. The creative exercises to explore healing are amazing!
  • Sarah Ness Luke, PhD, Expressive Arts Therapist and founder of Arts in Health Institute

    Essential for clinicians working with survivors of relationship abuse, Czerny and Brandoff's comprehensive guide seamlessly weaves theory and practical application. Their integration of art therapy amplifies therapeutic efficacy and provides creative tools crucial for trauma healing. This book is a must-read for clinicians in training and a must-include for counseling curriculums.