25: What Is Childhood Emotional Neglect?
Release Date: 03/25/2016
Welcome back to Therapy Chat! This week we are celebrating 300 episodes. Therapy Chat Podcast started six years ago in August, 2015. Since then the show has been downloaded - as of today, which is October 18, 2021 - 4,296,070 times. Host Laura Reagan, LCSW-C thanks everyone who has listened, whether this is your first time or you've listened from the start, and everyone in between. Today, to celebrate the 300th episode Laura shares some of the resources she recommends to people again and again. This list will be published on the Resources page of the Trauma Therapist Network site and will be...info_outline 299: Healing Trauma In The Viscera with Lisa Ferentz
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Welcome! My guest today is Dr. Jonice Webb, a clinical psychologist and blogger for Psych Central. She’s the author of the book, Running on Empty: Overcome Your Childhood Emotional Neglect. We’ll delve into this topic and its impact in our society today. Join us!
What you’ll hear in this episode:
- The definition of Childhood Emotional Neglect: a parent’s failure to respond enough to the child’s emotional needs
- This condition is different from physical neglect and abuse.
- In her private practice, Dr. Jonice kept seeing patients with the same patterns.
- She has identified 12 different types of parenting styles that lead to Childhood Emotional Neglect.
- Children of CEN end up treating their children with the same patterns of behaviors, and no one really knows what’s wrong.
- Dr. Jonice has developed a questionnaire, designed for adults, to determine if you’ve been affected by this condition.
- Her book gives examples of what happens to a child with real-life vignettes.
- How to heal from CEN?
- Fully recognize and accept that CEN happened.
- Welcome back and get in touch with walled-off emotions.
- Dr. Webb wants to put together training for CEU’s for therapists who want to work on this specialty, but first, she wants to complete a research project to compile results.
- She is working on making a page on her website listing mental health providers who can work with people on CEN.
- Contact Dr. Webb at www.emotionalneglect.com or email her at [email protected]. Sign up for her newsletter on her website and check out her blog at Psych Central!