The increasing relevance of trauma research from infant-parent observations and child developmental research highlights how clinical techniques can bring about 'reparative moments'. The implications for the long-term effect of childhood trauma, previously denied and thus apparently resulted in 'resistance' to treatment offers new perspectives on management.
RRR Lullybye 18 Feb 2018 802_0165 The Allan Schore Reader, edited by Eva Rass, Routledge, 2018, provides a wonderful introduction to Allan’s pioneering work. Included themes: relational trauma, reparative moments and many other contributions relevant to contemporary trauma informed care and therapy. From theory to practice Are you confounded by the current ways of […]
Recent MHPN Seminars: (20 Feb. 2018) focused on recent advances on our understanding of Relational and Attachment Trauma, Intergenerational Trauma and (21 Feb 2018) Vicarious Trauma. During the seminar, I made references to The Allan Schore Reader (edited by Eva Rass, Rutledge, 2018) to provide a coherent and valuable framework to introduce recent graduates as […]
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