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Temporarily Out of Stock Online But as the authors of this innovative book argue, therapists must be willing and able to work within the powerful and rapidly shifting relational paradigms of transference and countertransference commonly found in treatment of these patients. Such dual roles enacted in treatment include the unseeing, uninvolved parent and the unseen, neglected child; the sadistic abuser and the helpless, enraged victim; the idealized rescuer and the entitled child; and the seducer and the seduced. This is the first model for treatment of adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse that takes advantage of a relational approach and that integrates psychoanalytic thinking with the latest findings from the literature on psychological trauma and sexual abuse.

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About this title Entering the tumultuous, dissociated world of the adult survivor of childhood sexual abuse presents an intimidating challenge for clinicians. But as the authors of this innovative book argue, therapists must be willing and able to work within the powerful and rapidly shifting relational paradigms of transference and countertransference commonly found in treatment of these patients.

Such dual roles enacted in treatment include the unseeing, uninvolved parent and the unseen, neglected child the sadistic abuser and the helpless, enraged victim the idealized rescuer and the entitled child and the seducer and the seduced. This is the first model for treatment of adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse that takes advantage of a relational approach and that integrates psychoanalytic thinking with the latest findings from the literature on psychological trauma and sexual abuse.

Diverging from a more classical perspective, the authors view dissociation as the means by which a person adapts to and expresses traumatogenic material and by which such patients defend against traumatic memories, affects, and fantasy elabourations emerging into consciousness.

Product Description: HardCover. Pub Date: Pages: in Publisher: Basic Books Entering the tumultuous dissociated world of the adult survivor of childhood sexual abuse presents an intimidating challenge for clinicians But as the authors of this innovative book argue. Therapists must be willing and able to work within the powerful and rapidly shifting relational paradigms of transference and countertransference commonly found in treatment of these patients.

Such dual roles enacted in treatment include the unseeing. This is the first model for treatment of adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse that takes advantage of a relational approach and that integrates psychoanalytic thinking with the latest findings She is also a clinical supervisor at the centre for the Study of Abuse and Incest, Manhattan Institute of Psychoanalysis, and a faculty member at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies.

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Kilabar Until quite recently, the literature on the erotic tension in the analytic setting was written almost entirely by male analysts about their experiences with female patients. Provide feedback about this page. Like Davies, I have long argued that love and desire in the analytic situation cannot be reductionistically viewed as stemming from one developmental phase Gabbard, ab. I certainly share her concern about the relative neglect of postoedipal erotic experience.

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I have read extensively about the issues of childhood abuse over the years, being a survivor of physical abuse myself. Also having been diagnosed with PTSD I found much of this, although its not my specific issue, applicable to myself. Trauma seems to effect the survivor much the same regardless of the cause. I often try to assist my fellow survivors if I can and read this book because someone I know had this happen to them. Unfortunately, I have combined I thought this was an excellent book. Unfortunately, I have combined this book with another, "Girls In Justice" because the two issues overlap. With the denial of the extent of these problems in our society many victims of child abuse if removed from their families of origin end up at the age of 10, 11, or 12 in juvenile detention facilities awaiting foster care placements.

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