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Sexual Abuse Recalled: Treating Trauma in the Era of the Recovered Memory Debate provides clinical discussion and knowledge from state-of-the-art research in order to further the treatment of adult survivors of abuse. Mental health professionals will find this psychodynamically oriented book helpful when confronted with dilemmas, questions, or concerns about adults who may have been abused as children. While it is possible for memories of abuse that have been forgotten for decades to be remembered, it is also possible to construct pseudo-memories for events that never actually occurred. Deciding which is the case as well as which of the remembered events approximate reality is often a complex task. This volume will be welcomed by mental health professionals seeking thoughtful guidance for their therapeutic work.
|Professional Practice, Psychological Science, and the Delayed Memory Debate||p. 3|
|The Body, Memory, and the Psychobiology of Trauma||p. 29|
|Sources of Suggestion and Their Applicability to Psychotherapy||p. 61|
|Hypnosis, False Memories, and Guidelines for Using Hypnosis with Potential Victims of Abuse||p. 101|
|Incestuous Sexual Abuse, Memory, and the Organization of the Self||p. 135|
|Memory and Imagination: Placing Imagination in the Therapy of Individuals with Incest Memories||p. 155|
|Transferential Issues in the Psychoanalytic Treatment of Incest Survivors||p. 185|
|Time as the Missing Dimension in Traumatic Memory and Dissociative Subjectivity||p. 215|
|Incest and the Intersubjective Politics of Knowing History||p. 235|
|Toward a Reconceptualization of False-Memory Phenomena||p. 257|
|Knowing and Not Knowing: Paradox in the Construction of Historical Narratives||p. 289|
|Impact of Validation of Recovered Memories on Patients' Treatment||p. 311|
|The Therapy Client as Plaintiff: Clinical and Legal Issues for the Treating Therapist||p. 337|
|Criteria: Signposts toward the Sexual Abuse Hypothesis||p. 363|
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Number Of Pages: 410
Published: 1st December 1995
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.59 x 14.63 x 2.97
Weight (kg): 0.64