The Presence of the Therapist: Treating Childhood Trauma

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Index

a
action, therapy through 72
acting out:
therapeutic 109 , 113 , 114 ;
by therapist 52 , 104 , 115
adoption see looked after children;
transition
affect regulation 16 , 24 , 80
aims, therapeutic 123-4
aloneness 20 ;
in presence of other 24 , 35 , 82 , 91 , 92 , 105-6
Amy (case study) 76
attachment theory 20 , 21 , 82 , 118
attachments: disrupted 30 , 87 , 89 , 128 ;
to therapist 117
attunement, therapeutic 7 , 10 , 16 , 21 , 106 , 114 , 118
autistic patients 7

b
babies:
deprivation 94 ;
disillusionment 119 ;
feelings 52 ;
and maternal stress 47-9
Balint, M. 20 , 35
basic fault, healing 20 , 35
Billy (case study) 127-30 ;
see also ending therapy
Bion, W.R. 11
bodily feelings 15
body language see communication, non-verbal
The Book of Intimate Grammar18
boundaries:
breaching 40 , 46 , 64 , 65 , 67-71 , 104 ;
limitations 104 ;
professional 44 ;
setting 5 , 57 ;
in therapeutic units 58 , 59 ;
transitional space 82
Bowlby, J. 20 , 92
brain function, and trauma 19
brief communications 108 , 109 , 112 , 114

c
carrying, psychological 106-12 ;
see also containment;
holding;
pocket metaphor
change:
capacity for 124 , 130 ;
case studies 26-8 ;
difficulties 77 , 107 , 115 ;
crossroads 116 ;
fear 9 , 75 , 107 , 115 , 116 , 130 ;
incremental 6 , 8 , 9 , 35 , 86 ;
measurement 124 ;
and moments-of-meeting 106 ;
and mourning/letting go 118 ;
potential 12 ;
processes 7 , 83-4 , 106 , 119 ;
psychic 15 , 86 ;
regressive 81 , 124 ;
resistance 124 ;
sudden/noisy 9 , 35 , 36 ;
therapeutic 5-8 ;
window of opportunity 107 , 109-10 ;
see also healing;
transition
Chasseguet-Smirgel, J. 62 , 69 , 70
chrysalis symbol 25 , 26
codes of conduct 6
communication/s: brief 108 , 109 , 112 , 114 ;
case studies 63 , 67 , 68 ;
emotional 41 ;
non-verbal 4 , 16 , 20 , 22 , 23 , 25 , 32 , 41 , 42 , 57 , 108 , 111 , 113 , 115 ;
transference 68 ;
unconscious 52
communities see therapeutic units/communities
confidentiality, looked after children xiii-xiv , 59 , 97-9 , 108-9
conflict, core, case study 52 , 55
containment 113 ;
babies 48 , 49 ;
case studies 24 , 25-6 , 30 , 32 , 34 ;
trauma 24-6
continuity, promoting 75
counter-transference 23 , 39 ;
classical view 40 ;
negative 51 , 52 ;
positive 42-5 , 49 , 50 ;
and present relationship 40 ;
and projection 40 , 41 ;
and

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