Posts Tagged ‘ bonding ’

Creating a Therapeutic Narrative

Thursday, January 12th, 2017

Jane`s nights are so fretful because as a single young woman she you remains “un-soothed”
Responding to victims of long-term deprivation and early object-loss by showing companionship and verbal validation can succeed in providing a temporary “holding-environment” to compensate for their poorly developed self-soothing skills by conjuring-up any early nurturing experiences that they did have.
What I have found, (and this is supported by the literature) is that having at least one “Good Caretaker” experience during the early “formative” years is crucial in allowing them to be responsive to a variety of brief empathic responses. This evokes early recollections of having been soothed, allowing them to ride-out these wilderness crises.

The Election is fixed so that Hillary will win America`s last election, and there`s nothing that can be done to reverse a plan in the works for decades.

Tuesday, November 1st, 2016

How could the American people support the Obama-Clinton policies, especially with regard to failed foreign and economic policies that have placed the country at the brink of catastrophe. In light of the above-named revelations voting Hillary is tantamount to the Stockholm syndrome reminiscent of Kim Jong-un of North Korea camouflaged by a thin layer of lipstick, reminiscent of a Persona on life-support.

Frank Luntz focus Group provides Empirical Evidence that Trump will win if he compassionately articulates the threat of a Hillary Presidency

Tuesday, October 11th, 2016

It was in the Frank Luntz work-group on 10/10/2016 in the Fox News channel at 8-9 p.m. when Bill-O`Reilly hosted a post-debate sample (among other topic-experts being interviewed) that a scientifically-sound measure of Participants showed physiologically-based favorability elevations when he engaged Hillary in a certain way. In a perfectly-timed pre-debate release, Hillary pulled the antics Read more…

Type – I and Type – II Trauma Models

Friday, August 7th, 2015

Type I Trauma responses relate to a single terrifying event, often shocking or catastrophic, and usually totally unanticipated. Survivors of these events may suffer a wide array of symptoms, including intense fear, or even dissociation, where the individual’s awareness and ability to engage psychologically in the present is usurped by traumatic material or defenses. The Read more…

The Tripartite Theory of Trauma Psychological

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

The Tripartite Theory of psychological Trauma proposes that the dynamics in which trauma plays out should be broadened to include the role of derelict caretaker-functioning; which completes a dynamic triad to that of victim-predator-caretaker.
When a parent or other caretaker (including a government) fails to protect the potential victim, leading to a trauma occurrence. When domestic or political caretakers collude with or emulate the role of the predator , the delicate balance required for communal survival is disrupted. While media-attention tends to focus on the drama of particular trauma-events, the role of caretaker failure remains elusive despite its role being the most critical variable.