On the following pages are copies of a few articles, presentations, and lectures.
Persecutory Alters and Ego States:
Protectors, Friends, and Allies.
Underscores the positive, adaptive function of these often scary and negatively viewed parts of the self.
Short Term Treatment of a Depressed
Dissociating Client: A Response
Examines the ways in which therapists selectively ignore information which would put them in ethical and moral dilemmas, especially dilemmas which are imposed by managed care. Short term treatment of a survivor of chronic trauma is also shown to cost more than seven years of weekly individual therapy.
Child Sexual Abuse and
HIV: Circular Linkages
Examines numerous circular linkages between childhood sexual abuse of girls and their later risk for HIV infection, linkages which expand like Yeat's "widening gyre."
GOING CRAZY: EVIDENCE OF EGO
FRAGMENTATION ON THE INTERNET
Analyzed letters sent to various Internet newsgroups to confirm the hypothesis that people with dissociative disorders experience (and refer to) themselves as "crazy" far more often than do other people.
Agency Enactments: Understanding the
inevitability of conflict between intervenors
in child abuse and partner violence
Paper presented as respondent at a conference in which I look at the ways in which agencies enact major themes in the lives of survivors such as basic mistrust, the necessity of being heard, and the conviction that no one will hear. Understanding the impulse to enact will help reduce conflict between agencies serving trauma survivors.
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