Resilience and Survival

  • Clara Mucci
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  • Verwacht 30 november 2021
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Resilience stands at the limits of what it is to be human. The opposite of vulnerability, it encompasses qualities that are both relational and innately enforced. In this unique book Clara Mucci investigates how resilience can be fostered to create stronger individuals and societies. Mucci explores contemporary psychotherapeutic approaches to intergenerational trauma and identifies the key principles that can foster resilience and healing. She looks not only through the prism of attachment theory and developmental neuroscience but also explores the power of art, memoir and other frameworks, showing that acts of compassion and forgiveness contribute to building and reinforcing resilience and solidarity.
Chapter 1 Introduction: Understanding and healing intergenerationally transmitted trauma Chapter 2 The Human Pact: Trauma of human agency as the first reason for the break of trust among humans Chapter 3 Attachment: As interpersonal vehicle of transmission and mediation of trauma Chapter 4 Attachment and Transmission of Trauma of the Third Level: Genocide Chapter 5 Therapy with Survivors of Human Agency: To heal and redeem the human pact References Index
Uitgavejaar 2021
ISBN 9781913494100
Verschijningsdatum 30 nov. 2021
Omvang 208
Auteur(s) Clara Mucci
Bindwijze Paperback
Taal Engels
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