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Back to trauma theory

Posted by Morc on November 14, 1999, at 14:25:52

In reply to Re: The usefulness of talk therapy-N, posted by Adam on November 14, 1999, at 14:04:57

Actually, when I started this thread, I had more in mind classical trauma theory. This approach was given up, it seems to me, by mainstream psychotherapy long ago, leading to psychoanalysis, then somatic (drug) therapies in its place. But now that there are better ways to unearth and process traumas (EMDR, for one, from what I've read), is this something to look into? I guess I'm curious if others have tried this route, especially if they've unearthed some deep causative factors, etc. The point is, ideally, healing the mind-brain of the effect of past traumas, without using meds. Any takers?




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