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Draws on the pioneering work of Janet, Freud, Sullivan, and Fairbairn. This title develops a model of the dissociative mind. It examines the relationship of segregated models of attachment, disorganized attachment, mentalization, and defensive exclusion to dissociative processes in general and to particular kinds of dissociative solutions.
Elizabeth F. Howell
Taylor & Francis Ltd
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Psychiatry & Clinical Psychology: Professional
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Dissociation: A Model of the Psyche. The Self in Context: Unity and Multiplicity. Pioneers of Psychodynamic Thinking About Dissociation: Janet, Freud, Ferenczi, and Fairbairn. The Interpersonal and Relational Traditions: Sullivan, Bromberg, Davies and Frawley-O'Dea, and Stern. Hybrid Models: Ryle's Multiple Self State Model; Van Der Hart, Nijenhuis, and Steele's Theory of the Structural Dissociation of the Personality; Hilgard's Neodissociation Theory; and Somatoform Dissociation. Attachment Theory and Dissociation. Attachment-Based Dissociation: A Different View of Spliting. Projective Identification: Blind Foresight. Concepts of Psychic Processes, Defense, and Personality Organization. Narcissism: A Relational Aspect of Dissociation. Good Girls, Sexy Bad Girls, and Warriors: The Role of Trauma and Dissociation in the Creation and Reproduction of Gender. The Dissociative Underpinnings of Psychopathy: When the Terrible is True, Not Only Are We Not Safe, But, More Important, We Can No Longer Imagine
A psychoanalyst and traumatologist who specializes in the treatment of dissociative disorders, Elizabeth Howell, Ph.D., is Associate Editor of the Journal of Trauma and Dissociation and Co-Director of the Dissociative Disorders Psychotherapy Training Program of the International Society for the Study of Dissociation. Dr. Howell is a faculty member of the National Institute for the Psychotherapies Trauma Studies Program and an adjunct associate professor in the psychology department of New York University. She has written and lectured widely on various aspects of trauma and dissociation.
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