Transforming the Legacy: Couple Therapy with Survivors of Childhood Trauma

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

INDEX
Page numbers for entries occurring in figures are followed by an/and those for entries in tables are followed by a t.
abandonment, fear of, 30, 98
abandonment anxiety, 99, 101, 102
Abdulkhaleq, H., 326
abreaction, 166, 299, 300
acupuncture/acupressure, 166
Adams, J., 38
adaptation, 134
adrenaline, 71, 72
Adult Attachment Interview, 117–18, 129
affairs, 172, 195–201
affect balancing, 82–84
affective changes, 149
affective disorders, 166
affect regulation, 12, 32, 155, 166, 242–43; attachment theory on, 114, 116, 119, 120, 121, 123, 125–26, 129; biopsychosocial assessment of, 149; coregulation, 120; intergenerational patterns in, 174; in Ken and Janet clinical vignette, 125–26; in military couples and families, 291–92, 300; neurobiological effects in, 18–20, 81, 82–84; neurophysiological effects in, 134; overregulation, 116; right-brain disruption and, 73–76, 78; underregulation, 116
Afghanistan war, 285–86
African Americans, 9; gender identity in, 48; intergenerational family theory on, 57, 59; in the military, 288–89, 294–95; parenting issues and, 189; racial identity development in, 42; sexual orientation and, 50. See also Pelim and Dorothy (clinical vignette); Rod and Yolanda (clinical case illustration)
aggression: countertransference, 222, 224–27; in military couples and families, 294–96; objects to modulate, 92, 110; right-brain disruption and, 75; Winnicott on, 92, 110, 112. See also violence
agreements, 268, 269–70
Ainsworth, M., 115–16
Akhtar, S., 325
Alaskan Natives, 59
Alex and Ivan (clinical vignette), 62
Alexander, A., 7, 305, 319
Alexander, P. C., 188, 190
alexithymia, 79, 87, 170
Alice and Sam (case example), 200–201
Allen, I. A., 7, 9
Allen, J. G., 115, 116, 189
alliance-building techniques, 29
alpha bias, 39, 53, 160, 183, 186, 303
ambiguity, 64–65
ambitendency, 98, 102
ambivalent attachment, 115–16, 117t, 118, 157; correlation with adult version, 119t; couple systems and, 122; in Rod and Yolanda clinical case, 263, 266
American Army Medical Corps, 22
American Indians, 43, 57, 59
American Psychiatric Association, 23, 304
American school of object relations theory, 93
amnesia, 77
amygdala, 71–72, 74, 75, 77, 79, 83
Anderson, C. L., 188, 190
Andrews, H., 325

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • 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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