Magazine article Psychotherapy Networker

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Magazine article Psychotherapy Networker

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March/April 2010 Vol. 34 - No. 2 Cover Photo Kari Van Tine/images.com

SPECIAL FEATURES The Evolving Concept of Trauma

The Long Shadow of Trauma By Mary Sykes Wylie As the battles and controversies over the forthcoming DSM-V heat up, a determined group of trauma experts and researchers are mounting a passionate challenge to our thinking about trauma, its long-term impact, and its treatment.

Therapy in the Danger Zone By Mary Jo Barrett There's no more emotionally demanding work than that with an incestuous family. A therapist offers an uncensored look at the fear, loathing, fascination--and satisfactions--of the struggle to help a family emerge from the transgenerational legacy of abuse.

The Trauma Myth By Susan Clancy Twenty-five years ago, it was considered a great advance when therapists first began to approach childhood abuse as a form of trauma. Now new research suggests that the trauma model of abuse may sometimes do more harm than good.

Special Symposium Section

 Bright-Sided By Barbara Ehrenreich A naysayer's look at Martin Seligman and the Positive Psychology industry he helped create.

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Clinician's Digest By Garry Cooper

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