Dynamic Therapy for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder pdf free download. In the field of psychoanalysis, the infantile conflict was historically viewed, for the most part, as the principal pathogenic factor in psychic trauma (Fenichel, 1945; Freud, 1939/1953, 1962). The ego of the victim had to reestablish homeostasis by “discharging,” “binding,” or “abreacting” (Freud, 1962). In reaction against this classic model of symptom formation, Kardiner and Spiegel (1947) postulated that the factors related to the event are decisive in traumatogenesis. More contemporary authors (Hendin & Hass, 1984; Horowitz, 1986; Krystal, 1985) have reconciled the two extreme positions on the etiology of trauma by emphasizing the role played by the meanings attached by the inpidual to the traumatic event (Brett, 1993).
Dynamic Therapy for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder pdf free download
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