Understanding Trauma : A Psychoanalytical Approach (Tavistock Clinic Series)

Understanding Trauma : A Psychoanalytical Approach (Tavistock Clinic Series)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 212 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415921879
  • DDC分類 616.8521

Full Description

Natural disasters and war draw attention to the suffering of countless survivors of world-historical disaster; more extensive, and yet less visible are the trauma and after-effects of non-public events Rooted in psychoanalysis, this thoughtful and detailed book shows how much can be done for traumatized individuals, but also the complex and long-standing nature of their problems Understanding the nature of trauma and breakdown is essential if treatment is to be effective and durable. This book describes all aspects of trauma, through the careful application of sophisticated and developing theory to clinical work ranging from a short series of therapeutic consultations to full analysis.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            vii(3)
Nicholas Temple
Margot Waddell
Acknowledgements x (1)
Contributors xi
Part One Introduction 3 (44)
Introduction: Why Psychoanalysis? 3 (6)
Caroline Garland
1. Thinking About Trauma 9 (23)
Caroline Garland
2. Human Error 32 (15)
David Bell
Part Two Assessment and Consultation 47 (34)
3. The Psychodynamic Assessment of 47 (16)
Post-Traumatic States
David Taylor
4. Preliminary Interventions: The 63 (18)
Four-Session Therapeutic Consultation
Linda Young
Part Three Treatment in Psychoanalytic 81 (74)
5. Trauma and Grievance 81 (15)
Linda Young
Elizabeth Gibb
6. Mental Work in a Trauma Patient 96 (12)
Graham Ingham
7. Issues in Treatment: A Case of Rape 108(15)
Caroline Garland
8. Dreaming After a Traumatic Bereavement: 123(16)
Mourning or Its Avoidance?
Elizabeth Gibb
9. Identificatory Processes in Trauma 139(16)
Shankarnarayan Srinath
Part Four Psychoanalysis 155(28)
10. Developmental Injury: Its Effects on 155(12)
the Inner World
Nicholas Temple
11. External Injury and the Internal World 167(16)
David Bell
Part Five Groups 183(16)
12. The Traumatised Group 183(16)
Caroline Garland
Suggestions for Further Reading 199(1)
Bibliography 200(5)
Index 205