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Balanced, systematic, and timely, this clear and pragmatic guide distills current scientific research on childhood trauma and memory for its relevance to clinical work and the quest for narrative meaning in psychotherapy. The book also reviews and integrates psychoanalytic, cognitive, narrative, and neurophysiological theory in order to provide a fair and nuanced account of the literature. Controversial issues such as the "truth" of traumatic memory are addressed, as are ethical issues in working with traumatic memory.
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Susan Reviere is a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at Georgia State University in Atlanta. She is currently completing a predoctoral internship at the VA Palo Alto Health Care System in Palo Alto, California, where she is involved in clinical work and research on posttraumatic stress disorder. Her ongoing clinical and research interests are focused in the area of trauma, memory, and self-development.
Introduction: Defining Trauma 1. Repression and Dissociation Early Conceptualizations. Current Conceptualizations. Summary: Repression and Dissociation. 2. Trauma and Cognitive Schemas Schema Defined. Schema Development. Schemas and Memory. Schemas and Trauma. Traumatic Experience in Childhood Schema Development. Schemas, Repression, and Dissociation. Summary: Schemas, Trauma, and Memory. 3. Cognitive Processes in Trauma and Memory Normal Memory in Children: Research Findings. Representations of Trauma in Memory: Research Findings. Normal Memory Functioning, Childhood Amnesia, and Trauma. Cognitive Mechanisms and Unavailability of Early Memories. Schema Theory and Integrative Models. Summary: Cognitive Processes in Traumatic Memory. 4. Neurophysiological Substrates of Traumatic Memory Neurological Development and Memory. Trauma and the Neurobiology of Memory. Summary: Neurophysiology and Traumatic Memory 5. Therapeutic "Truth" of Memory for Trauma Autobiographical Memory and Self. Narrative Truth vs Historical Truth in Therapy. Autobiographical Memory, Truth, and Trauma. The Integrative "Truth" of Trauma in Memory. Conclusions: Truth and Traumatic Memory. 6. Traumatic Memory, Psychotherapy, and Ethics Trauma Therapy as Healing. Preparation for memory Processing. Memory Exploration in Psychotherapy. The Question of Truth Revisited. Ethical Considerations. 7. Research Considerations Memory Research. Questions for Future Study. Summary: Traumatic Memory Research. References. Index.
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Book Description The Guilford Press, 1996. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1572301104
Book Description Guilford Press, 1996. Paperback. Condition: New. 1. Seller Inventory # DADAX1572301104
Book Description Guilford Pubn, 1996. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 1st edition. 178 pages. 8.75x5.75x0.75 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # __1572301104