Burden of Heritage

  • Aileen Alleyne
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The Burden of Heritage: Hauntings of Generational Trauma on Black Lives is a timely addition to the literature on inter- and transgenerational trauma. The book addresses black ancestral trauma passed down the generations, highlighting the ongoing impact on black lives. Aileen Alleyne explores the unheeded dimensions of individual and collective identity trauma, paying particular attention to the themes and concepts of identity shame, black identity wounding and cultural enmeshment. The author expands on her striking concept, the 'internal oppressor', that inhibits self-belief, full agency and potential. She reworks the psychoanalytic concept of 'hauntings', separating it from Freud's interpretation as unconscious repression, and presents it as a living and conscious element of the black trauma burden. To break the cycle of generational trauma, Alleyne suggests an active process of separation from archaic attachments, and engagement in intentional modes of transformation. Alleyne makes use of her own experiences throughout, alongside therapeutic suggestions, approaches and theoretical handles for steadying the practitioner in the consulting room. The book weaves the personal, historical, socio-political and theoretical, and includes countless observational examples, clinical vignettes and case material. The Burden of Heritage offers effective tools to practitioners who work therapeutically with black and minority ethnic clients, and highlights ways to strengthen critical enquiry for deeper conceptual and theoretical understanding of generational trauma.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS PREFACE INTRODUCTION 1. Transgenerational and intergenerational trauma 2. Trauma legacies 3. Understanding trauma 4. The nature of hauntings 5. Shame and its vicissitudes 6. Shame and its role in black identity wounding 7. The chokehold of historical enmeshment 8. Intersectionality and racialized trauma 9. Working therapeutically with generational trauma 10. Healing from the burden of our heritage EPILOGUE APPENDIX I: Glossary of terms APPENDIX II: Recognizing my own ancestral burden APPENDIX III: Values and principles underpinning good practice in working with issues of difference and diversity ENDNOTES BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEX
Productdetails
Uitgavejaar 2022
ISBN 9781913494247
Verschijningsdatum 16 sep. 2022
Omvang 224
Auteur(s) Aileen Alleyne
Bindwijze Paperback
Taal Engels

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