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Couple therapy approaches focused on shifting gendered power disparities can be particularly pertinent to address issues of adult-survivor couples that impede a trusting emotional culture between partners (Knudson-Martin & Huenergardt, 2010, 2015). We view mutual trust as occurring when both partners perceive the other as reliable and responsive to their needs (Hargrave & Pfitzer, 2011; Wieselquist, 2009). The next section presents a theoretical conceptualization regarding gendered power processes 24 Melissa A.

Children and Youth Services Review, 21(4), 273-294. Whitley, B. , & Kite, M. E. (2010). The Psychology of Prejudice and Discrimination. 2nd Ed. Wadsworth: Belmont, CA. In: Child Abuse and Neglect Editor: Michelle Martinez ISBN: 978-1-63484-785-8 © 2016 Nova Science Publishers, Inc. Chapter 2 BUILDING RELATIONAL SAFETY AND TRUST IN COUPLE THERAPY WITH ADULT SURVIVORS OF CHILDHOOD ABUSE Melissa A. Wells1 , Elsie Lobo1, Aimee Galick3, Carmen Knudson-Martin2, Douglas Huenergardt1 and Hans Schaepper1 * 1 Loma Linda University, Loma Linda, California, US 2 Lewis and Clark College, Portland, Oregon, US 3 University of Louisiana Monroe, Monroe, Louisiana, US ABSTRACT Approximately one-third of partners in couple therapy have experienced childhood abuse, and a common impact on adult survivors is the struggle to trust their intimate partner.

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