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The past in the present : therapy enactments and the return of trauma

Author: David Mann; Valerie Cunningham
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2009.
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Presents contemporary ideas from both the psychoanalytic and humanistic therapy traditions, looking at how trauma and enactments affect therapeutic practice. This book shows how therapists from  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Mann; Valerie Cunningham
ISBN: 9780415433693 041543369X 9780415433709 0415433703
OCLC Number: 213008233
Description: xii, 202 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Enactments and trauma: the therapist's vulnerability as the theatre for the patient's trauma / David Mann --
Mutual enactments within the therapeutic relationship / Valerie Cunningham --
The abandonment: enactments from the patient's sadism and the therapist's collusion / Marie Adams --
The ghost at the feast: enactments of culmulutive trauma in the therapeutic relationship / Celia Harding --
Loves and losses: enactments in the disavowal of intimate desires / William F. Cornell --
Action, enactment and moments of meeting in therapy with children / Caroline Case --
Bad faith in practice: enactments in existential psychotherapy / Raymond Kenwood --
Tangled webs: enactments on an inpatient ward for eating disorders / Patricia Marsden and Alison Knight-Evans --
Past present: person-centred therapy with trauma and enactment / Louise Embleton Tudor and Keith Tudor --
The therapist as a "bad object": the use of countertransference enactment to facilitate psychoanalytic therapy / Penny Webster --
Working with refugees: an enactment of trauma in therapeutic work with refugees and asylum seekers / Janet McDermott --
The therapist as a passive object / Christina Wieland.
Responsibility: edited by David Mann and Valerie Cunningham.
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