Remembering Trauma: A Psychotherapist's Guide to Memory and Illusion / Edition 2by Phil Mollon
Pub. Date: 05/30/2003
Dr. Phil Mollon has written a new introduction and first chapter, and has substantially revised and modified the rest of the book. See more details below
Dr. Phil Mollon has written a new introduction and first chapter, and has substantially revised and modified the rest of the book.
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- 7.87(w) x 9.84(h) x 0.59(d)
- Age Range:
- 18 Years
Table of Contents
Cracking The Shell of Illusion - a Brief Theory of Trauma and Dread.
Disputes and Ambiguities Regarding Traumatic Memory.
Some Effects of psychological Trauma - a Brief Outline With Particular Reference to The experience of Memory, Memory.
What is it?
How is it Organized?
How Reliable is it? How is it Distorted?.
Forgetting and Remembering Trauma.
Repression, implicit Memory and Other Forms of Knowing and not Knowing.
What Happens to memory in Traumatized States of Mind?.
Lessons From Hypnosis and Dissociative identity Disorder.
Processing Traumatic Memory - Psychoanalytic Perspectives on emdr.
Freud and Recovered Memories.
True and False Narratives in Psychoanalysis.
Memory, Reconstruction and Healing.
Recollections of Evil Cult.
Religious and ritual Abuse.
Some Guidelines for Work With Patients With Borderline and dissociative Personality Disorders.
Summary of Factors That Many Contribute to misleading or Confabulated.
Memories - With Particular Reference to The psychotherapeutic Context.
Lessons of Trauma and The debate About Memory.
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