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Traumatic Relationships and Serious Mental Disorders

ISBN-10: 0471485543
ISBN-13: 9780471485544
Edition: 2001
Authors: Jon G. Allen
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Description: Mental, physical, or sexual abuse in close personal relationships commonly results in trauma that is very different from the trauma of accidents, illness, or war. This book provides a concise review of knowledge to guide treatment.

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Book details

List price: $131.95
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 6/8/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 486
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.782
Language: English

Mental, physical, or sexual abuse in close personal relationships commonly results in trauma that is very different from the trauma of accidents, illness, or war. This book provides a concise review of knowledge to guide treatment.

List of Tables and Figures
About the Author
Foreword
Preface
Developmental Foundations
A Developmental Approach to Trauma
Core features of trauma
Trauma, psychopathology, and development
Relatively impersonal trauma
Interpersonal trauma
Educating clients about trauma
Trauma in Attachment Relationships
Attachment trauma in childhood
Attachment trauma in adulthood
Attachment trauma and psychopathology
Educating clients about attachment trauma
Attachment, Relationships, and Reenactment
Attachment and physiological regulation
Attachment patterns in infancy and childhood
Mental representation and internal working models
Developmental continuity and discontinuity in attachment
Attachment patterns in adulthood
Reenactment
Educating clients about attachment and reenactment
The Traumatized Self
The traumatized 'I'
The traumatized 'Me'
Educating clients about the traumatized self
Trauma-Related Disorders
Ptsd and Traumatic Memories
PTSD
Traumatic memories
Repressed memories?
Factors that impair personal event memories of trauma
A spectrum of accuracy in personal event memories of trauma
Educating clients about traumatic memories
Trauma as Chronic Physical Illness
PTSD as a chronic physical illness
Trauma and ill health
Educating clients about chronic physical illness
Dissociative Detachment and Compartmentalization
The traumatic basis of dissociation
PTSD and dissociation
Evolutionary origins of dissociative states
Genetic and neurobiological contributions to dissociation
Dissociative detachment
Dissociative compartmentalization
Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)
Dissociation, PTSD, and psychosis
Educating clients about dissociative states
Substance Abuse, Eating Disorders, and Self-Harm
Substance abuse
Eating disorders
Deliberate self-harm
Educating clients about interpersonal effects and vicious circles
Post-Traumatic Depression
Depression and PTSD
Trauma, stress, and depression
Depression as interpersonal imbalance
Trauma and bipolar disorder
Educating clients about the catch-22s of depression
Post-Traumatic Personality Disorders
Personality disorder or complex PTSD?
Trauma and personality disorder
Dissociation and personality disorder
Insecure attachment and personality disorder
Trauma in the etiology of BPD
The problem of masochism
Alienation
Educating clients about personality disorders
Treatment and Long-term Management
Containing Trauma
Containment
Structuring treatment
The hazards of seeking social support
Secure attachment in psychotherapy
Principles of self-regulation
Educating clients about self-regulation strategies
Narrating Trauma
Avoidance revisited
Beyond catharsis
Transformation
Selected techniques
Some horse races
Some complications
Narrating trauma
Educating clients about narrating trauma
Psychoeducational Approaches
Client education in trauma treatment
A clinic-wide psychoeducational program for adults
Educating adolescents--AnnMarie Glodich
Educating partners and family members--Kay A. Kelly
Reflection
Therapists at Risk
Childhood adversity
Current stress
Impact of secondary stress
Prevention and intervention
References
Index

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