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Clarifies how to distinguish between healthy therapeutic relationships and ones which have become abusive. Carrie Doehring propose an approach to pastoral counseling that focuses on taking care of ourselves and those we minister to by monitoring power dynamics and relational boundaries in our relationships.  When we monitor the power struggles within us, between us, in our communities and cultures, and the ways in which we are pulled to disengagement and merger, we will be able to prevent abuse and neglect.  We will also be more likely to experience empowering, empathic moments in our relationships, and use these to "get our bearings." Taking care by monitoring the interaction of power dynamics and relational boundaries is a theological task.  It is one way of seeing our potential for sin and our capacity for violence.  When empowering empathic moments come, we glimpse who God is: both the immanent God whose grace shines through our uniqueness and the uniqueness of our relationships, and the transcendent God who goes far beyond who we are. Doehring uses case studies from the fiction of John Updike, Sinclair Ross, Toni Morrison, Iris Murdoch, and Margaret Atwood to reflect on power dynamics and relational boundaries in cases of clergy sexual misconduct, racism, and the dilemmas of faith in a post-modern context.    … (més)
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Títol:Taking Care: Monitoring Power Dynamics and Relational Boundaries in Pastoral Care and Counseling
Autors:Carrie Doehring (Autor)
Informació:ABNDP - Abingdon Press (1995), Edition: 1st, 198 pages
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Doehring uses the novels of Updike, Ross, and Morrison from which to draw vivid case studies of abusive relationships involving clergy who become sexually involved with parishioners.

Analytically, she labels the abusive dynamics and calls for naming them as "sins" -- where they are "overpowering, merged, and disengaged" dynamics, and whether or not they emerge from "intrapsychic, interpersonal, communal, or collective systems". This dramatic expansion of "sin" as an appropriate label becomes a useful tool for caring for the victims of clergy sexual abuse.
Doehringer notes that we all experience these sinful thoughts, and benefit from reading examples from literature. "These case studies of disengaged, merged, and overpowering dynamics and the abuse that follows illustrate what happens when we wittingly or unwittingly cross the line between thoughts and actions."

She quotes Rita Nakashima Brock:
"No one else can stop the suffering of brokenheartedness in our world but our own courage and willingness to act in the midst of the awareness of our own fragility...Our heartfelt action, not alone, but in the fragile resilient interconnections we share with others, generates the power that makes and sustains life. (Brock 1991, 106) {73}

Doehring notes that in facing our own brokenheartedness "it is crucial that we take care of others, ourselves, and God's creation", and we do this by paying attention to the dynamics of power. By recognizing what a Sin really is, and the way a corrosive dynamic can shape thoughts, words, and actions, we can correct and avoid the consequences of Sin.
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Clarifies how to distinguish between healthy therapeutic relationships and ones which have become abusive. Carrie Doehring propose an approach to pastoral counseling that focuses on taking care of ourselves and those we minister to by monitoring power dynamics and relational boundaries in our relationships.  When we monitor the power struggles within us, between us, in our communities and cultures, and the ways in which we are pulled to disengagement and merger, we will be able to prevent abuse and neglect.  We will also be more likely to experience empowering, empathic moments in our relationships, and use these to "get our bearings." Taking care by monitoring the interaction of power dynamics and relational boundaries is a theological task.  It is one way of seeing our potential for sin and our capacity for violence.  When empowering empathic moments come, we glimpse who God is: both the immanent God whose grace shines through our uniqueness and the uniqueness of our relationships, and the transcendent God who goes far beyond who we are. Doehring uses case studies from the fiction of John Updike, Sinclair Ross, Toni Morrison, Iris Murdoch, and Margaret Atwood to reflect on power dynamics and relational boundaries in cases of clergy sexual misconduct, racism, and the dilemmas of faith in a post-modern context.    

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