The Traumatised Memory – Protection and Resistance: How traumatic stress encrypts itself in the body, behaviour and soul and how to detect it

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Lehmanns Media - Psychology - 210 pages
Much has already been written about trauma psychotherapeutic methods. However, little research has so far been done on how psychodynamic traumatic incidents are psychologically mapped and coded into symptoms of the body and into mental images – although this topic is extremely exciting!
How is psychological stressful data saved and stored by humans depending on their age, the cruelty level of the incident or the accumulation of terrible events? Which variants of remembrance are available to the body and mind? How can encrypted data be later retrieved and decrypted, so it is therapeutically effective and emotionally acceptable?
This book is a collection of theoretical and practical contributions that can be understood by psychotherapeutic colleagues and affected clients alike. The illustrative case examples are also interesting for anyone who wants to experience the logic and contradictions of the fascinating unconscious.

 

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Contents

1 Theoretical Previews
11
2 Various Clinical Contributions to the Analysis and Treatment of Trauma Memory
61
3 New Research Results on Trauma Memory
137
4 New Contributions to the Treatment Model SPIM 30
151
5 Appendix
181
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