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Trauma & Dissociation in the News

Counter-Transference and its Resolution via Art

This article has been previously published in the 2016 Spring edition of the newsletter for the International Expressive Arts Therapy Association (IEATA) and is reprinted here with the kind permission of the editor Roselle O’Brien. Completing research on the topic of self-mutilation by women who have a dissociative identity disorder was fraught with the normal […]

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Between the screen and the mask: on life and teletherapy in the time of the pandemic

This article first appeared in Attachment New Direction in Psychotherapy and Relational Psychoanalysis, December, 2020 (issue 14/2). Reprinted with the kind permission of Phoenix Publishing House. Abstract: The unexpected appearance of the deadly coronavirus that landed on our doorstep has hit us from left field. For a while the boundaries between my personal life and […]

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month – Review of See What You Made Me Do: Power, Control and Domestic Abuse

Given October is Domestic Violence Awareness month in the US, we offer this book review by Jackie Burke, long term member of ISSTD, a psychologist in private practice in Sydney Australia, and Adjunct Fellow at Western Sydney University. Published last year, Jess Hill’s book, See What You Made Me Do: Power, Control and Domestic Abuse […]

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Child Sexual Abuse Materials: Another Global Pandemic

In the midst of the coronavirus crisis, child sexual abuse material (CSAM) is now recognised as another global epidemic. CSAM includes images, video, text and drawings of children being abused and exploited (previously called “child pornography”). For at least fifty years, CSAM has been a significant social problem, however CSAM victims and survivors have received […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Anti-Racism Action and Education: A View from Chicago, USA

I have been watching events unfold surrounding the George Floyd protests against racial discrimination and police brutality from my home in Chicago, a city with a long history of racism. This history includes segregationist housing policies that vastly contributed to the racial and ethnic wealth gap as well as the health and educational disparities. It […]

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An Interview with Jeffrey Masson: Part 2 – Writing ‘The Assault on Truth’

Interview conducted 13th August, 2019 by Warwick Middleton Disclaimer: The views expressed in this interview are solely those of the interviewee. Last Month we ended the interview with Jeff’s decision to publish the previously unpublished letters of Sigmund Freud, letters which indicated his ongoing belief that at least some reports of child abuse were genuine, […]

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An Interview with Jeffrey Masson: Part I

Interview Conducted 13th August, 2019 by Warwick Middleton Disclaimer: The views expressed in this interview are solely those of the interviewee. Warwick Middleton: Jeff, you have an unusual career path, where you started out as a Sanskrit scholar, moved into training in psychoanalysis, became the custodian of the Freudian archives, wrote what would probably be […]

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