Complex Psychological Trauma: The Centrality of Relationship


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Published USA, 2017
For Philip Kinsler, this book is 40 years in the making. In it he presents all he has learned about relational factors in therapy for complex trauma survivors. He makes a plea that we expand our diagnostic working models in an integrationist fashion to develop multi-factorial understandings of our clients, The book is divided into three parts. Firstly, to explain basic concepts and discuss questions the book is meant to answer. Secondly, to discuss diagnostic thinking - what concepts are important in trying to understand the client before us? The final section of the book follows three complex trauma cases through the process of therapy relationship formation and the actual therapy relationship management work.

Philip Kinsler is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth.
Paperback. 200 pages

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