The abused child is both scholarly and pragmatic combining a sophisticated psychodynamic perspective with a command of the most recent neuroscientific findings about trauma most of all heinemans clinical work has enabled her to develop a finely honed sense of how it really feels to be an abused child and how to work with children caught in the most torturous family and legal systems. Capturing the complexities of working with abused children heineman explores the intrapsychic worlds of these youngsters and examines many of the paradoxes and complications encountered when treating them the book traces the interplay of neurobiological and psychological facets of behavior to show how abuse derails normal development and how psychodynamic psychotherapy can reestablish . This volume equips readers to meet the unique complex challenges of clinical work with abused children focusing on the interplay between neurobiological and psychological facets of behavior heineman shows how abuse disrupts normal development and how skillful psychodynamic psychotherapy can help children talk about understand and move beyond the harm that has been done to them. Psychoanalytic psychotherapy after child abuse the treatment of adults and children who have experienced sexual abuse violence and neglect in childhood published 2008 creating a safe place helping children and families recover from child sexual abuse published 2001
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