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Working with trauma : lessons from Bion and Lacan

Author: Marilyn Charles
Publisher: Lanham, Md. : Jason Aronson, 2012
Series: New imago
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Working with Trauma: Lessons from Bion and Lacan by Marilyn Charles takes concepts from the psychoanalytic literature and translates them into user-friendly language. In this book, Charles focuses on clinical work with more severely disturbed patients, for whom trauma has impeded their psychosocial development. Introducing ideas from Bion and Lacan, such as "empty speech" and "attacks on linking," she shows the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marilyn Charles
ISBN: 9780765706805 0765706806
OCLC Number: 840366622
Description: xii, 118 s
Contents: Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: The Subject Caught by the Desire of the Other; Chapter 3: Stumbling over the Gap: "The Unconscious is Structured Like a Language"; Chapter 4: Shame and the Possibility of Insight; Chapter 5: Development, Negation, and the Desire to Turn a Blind Eye: Part 1; Chapter 6: Development, Negation, and the Desire to Turn a Blind Eye, Part II: Perversion; Chapter 7: Working with Trauma: Attacks on Linking and Empty Speech; Chapter 8: Passage into Action and the Fear of Breakdown; Chapter 9: Telling Trauma: Part 1: Working with Psychosis; Chapter 10: Telling Trauma: Part II: Signs, Symbols, and Symptoms; Chapter 11: Meetings at the Edge
Series Title: New imago
Responsibility: Marilyn Charles

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