Transforming the Legacy: Couple Therapy with Survivors of Childhood Trauma

By Kathryn Karusaitis Basham; Dennis Miehls | Go to book overview

FIGURES AND TABLES

FIGURES
Figure 4.1Genogram for Paula and Colette67
Figure 5.1Effects of Hyperarousal on Declarative Memory77
Figure 8.1Potential Countertransference Traps Influenced by the Victim-Victimizer-Bystander Scenario141
Figure 11.1Genogram for Rod and Yolanda245

TABLES
Table 6.1Couple Characteristics: Separation—Individuation Theory101
Table 7.1Child Attachment Classifications117
Table 7.2Correlation of Child/Adult Attachment Classifications119
Table 8.1Phase-Oriented Couple Therapy: Phases135
Table 8.2Phase-Oriented Couple Therapy: Biopsychosocial Assessment Factors139
Table 10.1Countertransference and Vicarious Traumatization: Similarities and Differences237
Table 11.1Phase-Oriented Couple Therapy: Biopsychosocial Assessment of Yolanda and Rod248
Table 11.2Phase-Oriented Couple Therapy: Treatment Phases with Yolanda and Rod265
Table 14.1Immigration by Source Area to Canada (1999-2001)316
Table 14.2Immigration by Source Area to the United States (1999-2001)316
Table 14.3Refugees by Source Area Now Living in Canada317
Table 14.4Refugees by Source Area Now Living in the United States317

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures and Tables ix
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xv
  • Section I - Context 1
  • 1 - Introduction 3
  • 2 - Historical Review 15
  • Section II - Theoretical Foundations 35
  • 3 - Social Theory 37
  • 4 - Family Theory 51
  • 5 - Trauma Theory 70
  • 6 - Object Relations Theory 91
  • 7 - Attachment Theory 113
  • Section III - Couple Therapy Practice 131
  • 8 - Biopsychosocial Assessment 133
  • 9 - Phase-Oriented Couple Therapy Model 154
  • 10 - Clinician Responses: Working with Traumatized Couples 212
  • 11 - Clinical Case Illustration 242
  • Section IV - Specific Clinical Issues 283
  • 12 - Military Couples and Families 285
  • 13 - Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual/Transgendered Couples and Families 303
  • 14 - Immigrant and Refugee Couples and Families 315
  • References 331
  • Index 365
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