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Patterns of Child Abuse, How Dysfunctional Transactions Are Replicated in Individuals, Families, and the Child Welfare System - Michael Karson Karson, Michael Elizabeth Sparks Sparks, Elizabeth
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2001, ISBN: 0789015889

ID: 1308705336

[EAN: 9780789015884], Neubuch, [PU: Taylor and Francis(Routledge)], Family & Relationships|Abuse, Family & Relationships|Family Relationships, (274 pages) Interpret the hidden meaning of family roles to help children at risk Because dysfunctional patterns are closed systems that serve a secret purpose, they are almost impossible to change from the outside. Patterns of Child Abuse helps you recognize the purpose behind the patterns and offers successful strategies for entering the pattern in order to help family members without joining it and becoming part of the dysfunction. Patterns of Child Abuse identifies the most common, most problematic patterns and explores their hidden meanings. Case studies and theoretical discussions demonstrate the ways family patterns are replicated in a child's psyche and the ways the grown-up child replicates the familiar family pattern, forcing the world to bend to the story within. Synthesizing systems theory, behaviorism, and psychoanalysis, Patterns of Child Abuse offers powerful insights as well as practical strategies for dealing with such complex issues as: how to comfort an abused child who cannot bear to be touched why abused children idealize their battering or neglectful parent how borderline personality organization affects individuals and their families handling the sexually powerful teenage girl, the disruptive boy, and the mother of the sexual abuse victim how family patterns operate in therapeutic context why therapists and social workers may encounter conflicts in child welfare cases when and how paradoxical interventions can work Well-written and insightful, Patterns of Child Abuse conveys a sound theoretical model and a sophisticated approach to the psychology of individuals and families for the child welfare professional.Contents About the Author Contributor Preface Acknowledgments Introduction The Social Construction of Child Abuse Overview of Child Abuse Research The Effects of Abuse on Children Characteristics of Abusive Families Social and Environmental Factors Associated with Child Abuse The Child Welfare System Part I: Conceptual Background Chapter 1. The Importance of Patterns Family Patterns Reproduced in the Child Individual Patterns Reproduced in the Family The Case of Sexual Abuse Patterns Changed for Within Generic Solutions Fail Chapter 2. Patterns in the Mind Constant Imagination Purposes of Imagination How Imagination Is Revealed How Imagination Is Suppressed The Effects of Punishment Early Memories As Road Maps Figures in a Landscape Complexes Autonomy of Figures Chapter 3. A Systemic View of the Psyche Circular Thinking Projective Identification Identity and the Quest to Be Oneself When, Not Whether Assessment Hygiene Dialogue Between Psychic Figures Possession by a Single Figure Overgovernance versus Undergovernance Misconstruing the Child As a Precursor to Maltreatment Part II: General Patterns in Abuse and Neglect Chapter 4. Children's Idealization of Bad Parents Denial of Disappointment The Need for a Parent Who Takes Responsibility Blaming Others to Exonerate the Parent Splitting Parental Accountability Self-Blame of Exonerate the Parent Chapter 5. At Least I'm Not As Bad As My Mother (or Father) Focus on the Parent at the Expense of the Child Chapter 6. The Avoidance of Personal Closeness Fears and Joys of Intimacy Excessive Kindness in Service Providers Advantages of Cross-Cultural Foster Placements Disadvantages of Ideal Foster Placements Chapter 7. Seriously Disturbed Patterns The Use and Misuse of the Borderline Label Fragmentation Identity Diffusion Boundary Problems Rage and Abandonment Fears The Maternal Hold Impulsivity Implications for Service Planning Part III: Some Specific Maltreatment Patterns Chapter 8. The Sexual Abuse Victim's Mother The Perpetrator, the Victim, and the Mother The Futility of Blame Repeat Involvement with Sex Offenders Damage Assessment A Good Apology Chapter 9. The Sexually Powerful Adolescent Girl The Narcissistic Father and the Depressed Mother Socializing Girls to Be Depressed The Choice Between Sex Appeal and Skills The Limitations of Residential Treatment

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2001, ISBN: 0789015889

ID: 1308705336

[EAN: 9780789015884], Neubuch, [PU: Taylor and Francis(Routledge)], Family & Relationships|Abuse, Family & Relationships|Family Relationships, (274 pages) Interpret the hidden meaning of family roles to help children at risk Because dysfunctional patterns are closed systems that serve a secret purpose, they are almost impossible to change from the outside. Patterns of Child Abuse helps you recognize the purpose behind the patterns and offers successful strategies for entering the pattern in order to help family members without joining it and becoming part of the dysfunction. Patterns of Child Abuse identifies the most common, most problematic patterns and explores their hidden meanings. Case studies and theoretical discussions demonstrate the ways family patterns are replicated in a child's psyche and the ways the grown-up child replicates the familiar family pattern, forcing the world to bend to the story within. Synthesizing systems theory, behaviorism, and psychoanalysis, Patterns of Child Abuse offers powerful insights as well as practical strategies for dealing with such complex issues as: how to comfort an abused child who cannot bear to be touched why abused children idealize their battering or neglectful parent how borderline personality organization affects individuals and their families handling the sexually powerful teenage girl, the disruptive boy, and the mother of the sexual abuse victim how family patterns operate in therapeutic context why therapists and social workers may encounter conflicts in child welfare cases when and how paradoxical interventions can work Well-written and insightful, Patterns of Child Abuse conveys a sound theoretical model and a sophisticated approach to the psychology of individuals and families for the child welfare professional.Contents About the Author Contributor Preface Acknowledgments Introduction The Social Construction of Child Abuse Overview of Child Abuse Research The Effects of Abuse on Children Characteristics of Abusive Families Social and Environmental Factors Associated with Child Abuse The Child Welfare System Part I: Conceptual Background Chapter 1. The Importance of Patterns Family Patterns Reproduced in the Child Individual Patterns Reproduced in the Family The Case of Sexual Abuse Patterns Changed for Within Generic Solutions Fail Chapter 2. Patterns in the Mind Constant Imagination Purposes of Imagination How Imagination Is Revealed How Imagination Is Suppressed The Effects of Punishment Early Memories As Road Maps Figures in a Landscape Complexes Autonomy of Figures Chapter 3. A Systemic View of the Psyche Circular Thinking Projective Identification Identity and the Quest to Be Oneself When, Not Whether Assessment Hygiene Dialogue Between Psychic Figures Possession by a Single Figure Overgovernance versus Undergovernance Misconstruing the Child As a Precursor to Maltreatment Part II: General Patterns in Abuse and Neglect Chapter 4. Children's Idealization of Bad Parents Denial of Disappointment The Need for a Parent Who Takes Responsibility Blaming Others to Exonerate the Parent Splitting Parental Accountability Self-Blame of Exonerate the Parent Chapter 5. At Least I'm Not As Bad As My Mother (or Father) Focus on the Parent at the Expense of the Child Chapter 6. The Avoidance of Personal Closeness Fears and Joys of Intimacy Excessive Kindness in Service Providers Advantages of Cross-Cultural Foster Placements Disadvantages of Ideal Foster Placements Chapter 7. Seriously Disturbed Patterns The Use and Misuse of the Borderline Label Fragmentation Identity Diffusion Boundary Problems Rage and Abandonment Fears The Maternal Hold Impulsivity Implications for Service Planning Part III: Some Specific Maltreatment Patterns Chapter 8. The Sexual Abuse Victim's Mother The Perpetrator, the Victim, and the Mother The Futility of Blame Repeat Involvement with Sex Offenders Damage Assessment A Good Apology Chapter 9. The Sexually Powerful Adolescent Girl The Narcissistic Father and the Depressed Mother Socializing Girls to Be Depressed The Choice Between Sex Appeal and Skills The Limitations of Residential Treatment

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Interpret the hidden meaning of family roles to help children at risk! Because dysfunctional patterns are closed systems that serve a secret purpose, they are almost impossible to change from the outside. Patterns of Child Abuse helps you recognize the purpose behind the patterns and offers successful strategies for entering the pattern in order to help family members without joining it and. Interpret the hidden meaning of family roles to help children at risk! Because dysfunctional patterns are closed systems that serve a secret purpose, they are almost impossible to change from the outside. Patterns of Child Abuse helps you recognize the purpose behind the patterns and offers successful strategies for entering the pattern in order to help family members without joining it and becoming part of the dysfunction. Patterns of Child Abuse identifies the most common, most problematic patterns and explores their hidden meanings. Case studies and theoretical discussions demonstrate the ways family patterns are replicated in a child's psyche and the ways the grown-up child replicates the familiar family pattern, forcing the world to bend to the story within. Synthesizing systems theory, behaviorism, and psychoanalysis, Patterns of Child Abuse offers powerful insights as well as practical strategies for dealing with such complex issues as: * how to comfort an abused child who cannot bear to be touched * why abused children idealize their battering or neglectful parent * how borderline personality organization affects individuals and their families * handling the sexually powerful teenage girl, the disruptive boy, and the mother of the sexual abuse victim * how family patterns operate in therapeutic context * why therapists and social workers may encounter conflicts in child welfare cases * when and how paradoxical interventions can work Well-written and insightful, Patterns of Child Abuse conveys a sound theoretical model and a sophisticated approach to the psychology of individuals and families for the child welfare professional. Books, Medical~~Other Branches of Medicine~~Clinical Psychology, Patterns Of Child Abuse~~Book~~9780789015884~~Michael Karson, , , , , , , , , ,, [PU: Haworth Medical Press]

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: HAWORTH PR INC, 274 Seiten, L=214mm, B=156mm, H=18mm, Gew.=426gr, [GR: 25310 - TB/Psychologie/Psychologische Ratgeber], [SW: - Sociology], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: Because dysfunctional patterns are closed systems that serve a secret purpose, they are almost impossible to change from the outside. Patterns of Child Abuse helps you recognize the purpose behind the patterns and offers successful strategies for changing the pattern from within. Synthesizing systems theory, behaviorism, and psychoanalysis, this brilliant book teaches you to subvert the most common destructive patterns and therefore to help heal children and families caught in the child welfare system. Because dysfunctional patterns are closed systems that serve a secret purpose, they are almost impossible to change from the outside. Patterns of Child Abuse helps you recognize the purpose behind the patterns and offers successful strategies for changing the pattern from within. Synthesizing systems theory, behaviorism, and psychoanalysis, this brilliant book teaches you to subvert the most common destructive patterns and therefore to help heal children and families caught in the child welfare system.

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Patterns of Child Abuse

Because dysfunctional patterns are closed systems that serve a secret purpose, they are almost impossible to change from the outside. Patterns of Child Abuse helps you recognize the purpose behind the patterns and offers successful strategies for changing the pattern from within. Synthesizing systems theory, behaviorism, and psychoanalysis, this brilliant book teaches you to subvert the most common destructive patterns and therefore to help heal children and families caught in the child welfare system.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780789015884
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0789015889
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2001
Editeur: HAWORTH PR INC
274 Pages
Poids: 0,426 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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