When catastrophic events overtake adult lives, they can often scar the psyche in ways that psychodynamic clinicians struggle to understand. The adult survivor of a catastrophe–whether a life-threatening assault, a serious accident, an act of terrorism, or a natural disaster- experiences a near fatal disruption of fundamental aspects of self experience. Many who have physically survived catastrophic trauma are uncertain that they have psychologically survived the ordeal. Integrating recent findings in the neurobiology of stress and developmental psychology with relational psychoanalytic concepts, Ghislaine Boulanger, PhD, shall describe the phenomenology of Adult Onset Trauma and suggest ways in which to work with it.
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JAPA is a peer-reviewed journal publishing original articles and commentaries, ground-breaking research, thoughtful plenary addresses, in-depth panel reports, and more.
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APsA’s triannual magazine, TAP, offers a psychoanalytic perspective on current events in psychology, the arts, and culture for mental health professionals, students, and the general public.
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The Psychotherapist Newsletter features scientific programs and publications about psychoanalytic psychotherapy, personal reflections, social and community issues, and advocacy.