Memory of Childhood Trauma: A Clinician's Guide to the Literature (Paperback)
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Memory of Childhood Trauma: A Clinician's Guide to the Literature (Paperback)

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Paperback 180 Pages / Published: 22/08/1996
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First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Publisher: Guilford Publications
ISBN: 9781572301108
Number of pages: 180
Weight: 254 g
Dimensions: 222 x 146 x 15 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
., ."this volume is a helpful companion in guiding one through current research on traumatic memory." --"Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic"
., ."this book is a timely contribution to the debate about whether and how false memories of sexual abuse might be induced during the course of therapy. Therapists working with children who rarely 'forget' the abuse, which may be recent or ongoing, will find it chiefly useful for the overview it gives of recent research on how perceptions are processed and how experiences that induce fear, pain, terror, and helplessness in the individual (the 'psychological trauma') are dealt with by the brain." --"Child Psychology and Psychiatry"
., ."may be the most extensive and integrated analysis of traumatic memory available." --"Readings: A Journal of Reviews and Commentary in Mental Health"
"Clinicans of all orientations and levels will appreciate the depth and complexity provided of childhood trauma and memory. Covering the topic from a diverse field of camps, for example, psychoanalytic, cognitive, and neurophysical, Reviere supports her points with excellent seminal literature. The book is well organized and Reviere's style is clear and concise.... Contributes to the understanding of traumatic memories by being one of the first to review and integrate the literature and research in this subject." --"Family Violence & Sexual Assault Bulletin"

"In" Memory of Childhood Trauma", Ms. Reviere discusses current theory and data from cognitive, developmental, clinical, and neuropsychology that bears on remembering, forgetting, and the possibility of recovering memories of early traumatic experiences. The arguments throughout are articulate and balanced. Ms. Reviere has a real talent for presenting complex ideas clearly and bringing together findings from diverse areas in a comprehensive and comprehensible way. This book will be invaluable for researchers and clinicians in providing an empirically grounded integrated framework for understanding memory of childhood trauma." --Robyn Fivush, Ph.D., Emory University

"This book provides a much needed resource--a review and synthesis of the memory literature as it pertains to childhood trauma. Author Susan Reviere draws from this literature to provide a perspective on how information about human memory processes must be integrated into psychotherapy for posttraumatic conditions and how memory research must expand to encompass traumatic events." Memory of Childhood Trauma" is a 'must read' for clinicians working with adult clients struggling with issues of delayed/repressed memory of childhood trauma." --Christine A. Courtois, Ph.D., Psychologist, Private Practice; Clinical Director, THE CENTER: Post-Traumatic and Dissociative Disorder Program, The Psychiatric Institute of Washington, Washington, DC

"In" Memory of Childhood Trauma," Ms. Reviere discusses current theory and data from cognitive, developmental, clinical, and neuropsychology that bears on remembering, forgetting, and the possibility of recovering memories of early traumatic experiences. The arguments throughout are articulate and balanced. Ms. Reviere has a real talent for presenting complex ideas clearly and bringing together findings from diverse areas in a comprehensive and comprehensible way. This book will be invaluable for researchers and clinicians in providing an empirically grounded integrated framework for understanding memory of childhood trauma." --Robyn Fivush, Ph.D., Emory University
"This book provides a much needed resource--a review and synthesis of the memory literature as it pertains to childhood trauma. Author Susan Reviere draws from this literature to provide a perspective on how information about human memory processes must be integrated into psychotherapy for posttraumatic conditions and how memory research must expand to encompass traumatic events." Memory of Childhood Trauma" is a 'must read' for clinicians working with adult clients struggling with issues of delayed/repressed memory of childhood trauma." --Christine A. Courtois, Ph.D., Psychologist, Private Practice; Clinical Director, THE CENTER: Post-Traumatic and Dissociative Disorder Program, The Psychiatric Institute of Washington, Washington, DC

"In Memory of Childhood Trauma, Ms. Reviere discusses current theory and data from cognitive, developmental, clinical, and neuropsychology that bears on remembering, forgetting, and the possibility of recovering memories of early traumatic experiences. The arguments throughout are articulate and balanced. Ms. Reviere has a real talent for presenting complex ideas clearly and bringing together findings from diverse areas in a comprehensive and comprehensible way. This book will be invaluable for researchers and clinicians in providing an empirically grounded integrated framework for understanding memory of childhood trauma." --Robyn Fivush, Ph.D., Emory University

"This book provides a much needed resource--a review and synthesis of the memory literature as it pertains to childhood trauma. Author Susan Reviere draws from this literature to provide a perspective on how information about human memory processes must be integrated into psychotherapy for posttraumatic conditions and how memory research must expand to encompass traumatic events. Memory of Childhood Trauma is a 'must read' for clinicians working with adult clients struggling with issues of delayed/repressed memory of childhood trauma." --Christine A. Courtois, Ph.D., Psychologist, Private Practice; Clinical Director, THE CENTER: Post-Traumatic and Dissociative Disorder Program, The Psychiatric Institute of Washington, Washington, DC

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