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The Shattered Self: A Psychoanalytic Study of Trauma

The Shattered Self: A Psychoanalytic Study of Trauma. By Richard B. man and Doris Brothers. Hillsdale, N.J.: Analytic Press, 1988. 328 p. $29.95. A perfunctory leafing through of the pages of this volume left me w the immediate conviction that here was a tour deforce, a luxuriously refe enced blockbuster on one of my ...


Traumatic Attachments: Intergenerational Trauma, Dissociation, and

Keywords: dissociation; dualities; intergenerational trauma; relational systems; traumatic attachments ... Psychology Foundation; Chief Editor of eForum, the International Association for Psychoanalytic Self. Psychology ...... Ulman, R. B. & Brothers, D. (1988), The Shattered Self; A Psychoanalytic Study of Trauma. Hillsdale ...


effects of trauma in shutter island

prevalent view of literary studies claims that trauma stands outside representation altogether by highlighting an ... how frame of reference, self capacities, ego resources, cognitive schemas and memory have been affected. ..... ULMAN, R. B. , & BROTHERS, D. (1988), The Shattered Self:A Psychoanalytic Study of. Trauma .


Trauma-Centered Psychoanalysis

(or should I say, replacing?) trauma at the center of psychoanalysis in the company of Richard. Ulman. According to the self—psychologically informed theory we developed in our book The. Shatteréd Self (Ulman & Brothers, 1988), trauma does not reside in a specific event, no matter how horrendous it may seem to an ...


1 In Search of the Self: The Use of Vocal Holding Techniques with

The traumatic experience as well as the meaning attributed to it, critically affected ... the self and others. Getting close to others is perceived as dangerous because the primary caretakers of infancy and/or childhood were undependable, neglectful or abusive. Making ...... The shattered self: A psychoanalytic study of. Trauma.


Mitra Tabrizian

“The repetition-compulsion revisited: Reliving dissociated trauma”. Psychotherapy, 28(2), 327-33. 3 Ulman, Richard B. and Doris Brothers, “The shattered self: A psychoanalytic study of trauma”, The Analytic Press, 1988 as cited in K. Coomarsingh, “Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Psychodynamic. Explanations, cited in What ...


Trauma Narratives and the Remaking of the Self

Published by University Press of New England. Hanover and London. K9 SUSAN J. BRISON. Trauma Narratives and the Remaking of the Self. Our memory is our ... The study of trauma also supports the view of memory as multiform and ..... between the dismemberment and dispersal of “Beth” and the shattered self and.


Psychoanalytic theory, child sexual abuse and clinical social work

Ulman R., & Brothers, D. (1988). The shattered self." a psychoanalytic study of trauma. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Analytic Press. Vander Me:/, B. (1992). Theories of incest. In W. O'Doaoghue & J. Geer (Eds.) The sexual abuse of children: theory and research: Volume 1. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence. Erlbaum Associates.



1 THE MARGINAL SELF AND TRAUMA: THE STRANDED SUBJECT. IN THE PERFIDIOUSLY ..... 1 Ronnie Janoff-Bulman, The Shattered Assumptions: Toward a New Psychology of. Trauma (New York: Free Press, ..... Although psychoanalysis mainly stemmed from Freud's initial studies of female hysteric patients suffering ...


Pre-Verbal Trauma, Dissociation and the Healing Process

Nov 1, 2002 ... accepted for inclusion in Educational Studies Dissertations by an authorized administrator of [email protected] For more information, please contact [email protected] Recommended Citation. Scotten, Dorothy Dreier, " Pre-Verbal Trauma, Dissociation and the Healing Process" (2003).


PTSD by Lisa Beall

Sep 2, 2011 ... Psychoanalysis. One work dedicated to the psychoanalytic considerations of PTSD is Richard B. Ulman and Doris Brother's. The Shattered Self : A Psychoanalytic Study of Trauma. The authors define trauma as a "real" occurrence, the unconscious meaning of which so shatters central organizing fantasies ...



Mar 4, 2016 ... Psychoanalysis began with the study of psychic trauma, and that investigation ... and loss are prominent, but a “shattered self ” is not reconstituted as the ... Trauma may be so narrowly defined that the ego is considered to be totally over- whelmed, with no possibility of adequately registering the trauma or.


desperately seeking attachment: a psychoanalytic reframing of the

ABSTRACT. This article presents a new model of superego organization that is dissociation-based. Clinicians often work intuitively with the harsh superego as if it were a dissociated internal persecutory fragment or self-state, even though theory has not provided a clear conceptual basis for this kind of approach . Despite ...


CAPS 2013 Portland Final Program

Restoring the Shattered Self. Heather Davediuk Gingrich. Heather Davediuk Gingrich applies years of counseling experience to the sensitive task of treating complex traumatic stress dis- order (CTSD). She integrates current ..... Christian Association for Psychological Studies (CAPS). PsychoEducational Resources ( PER) ...

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Women Who Remember Rape: Representing Trauma and the Self

Trauma and the Self by. Meghan Twible. Class of 2012. A thesis submitted to the faculty of Wesleyan University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the. Degree of ...... potential. In Shattered Subjects (1998) Henke studies how post- traumatic stress ... psychoanalytic, even marginal to the field of literature. However ...


RichardP. Kluft, M.D., is Director ofthe Dissociative Disorders

Recent reports by D. Spiegel, F. Putnam, and others demonstrate that dissociation is a common response to severe trauma, serving to provide some degree of acute insulation against overwhelming stressors. This quite preliminary study explores certain of the consequences subsequent to the establishment ofdissociative ...



perspectives on war trauma and its treatments: To find a way into the experiences of today's soldiers and veterans; .... Recovering lost goodness: Shame, guilt, and self-empathy. Psychoanalytic. Psychology, 31, 217–235. doi:10.1037/a0036435. Stern, J. (2010). Denial: A memoir of terror. New York, NY: HarperCollins. Stern ...


Psychological Sequelae of Torture

Wiley,. England, 1981. Turner, S.W. Working with survivors: The Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture. Psychiatric Bulletin, 13:173-176, 1989. Ullman, R., & Brothers, D. The shattered self: A psychoanalytic study of trauma. Analytic. Press, London, 1988. United Nations. Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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Traumatic Abuse in Cults: A Psychoanalytic Perspective

began, my perceptions were shattered when I learned of an incident concerning a friend of mine, a young woman .... my own exposure to and study of various cults, that many cult leaders are not necessarily students of ... postmodern, feminist, and contemporary self psychology, to name a few. In fact, one of the most radical ...


Psychoanalysis, Trauma Theory, and the “Children's Literature

concept in our life and literature. Not surprisingly, recent academic theory privileges literature and psychoanalysis as interrelated forms of trauma “ testimony.” For better and for ... Adrienne Kertzer and Hamida Bosmajian in recent studies—how our .... genres have long functioned as such, sometimes self -reflexively and.