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An Examination of the Interrelation of Narrative and Emotion Processes in Emotion-Focused Therapy for Trauma
According to narrative-informed approaches to psychotherapy, self-narratives that no longer align with lived experience, and thereby impede coherent meaning-making, often bring individuals into treatment. Exposure to trauma ...
The Relationship Between Parental Support, Parent Emotional Reaction, and Parenting Stress with Children's Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms Following Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
The reciprocal relationship between parent factors (parental support, parent emotional reaction, and parenting stress) and child symptoms of posttraumatic stress was examined in the current study. Three hypotheses were ...
Preserved, Deteriorated, and Premorbidly Impaired Patterns of Intellectual Ability in Schizophrenia
Objective: Although impaired general intellectual ability is a prevalent feature in schizophrenia, patterns suggesting preserved, deteriorated, and premorbidly impaired intellect have also been identified. The main purpose ...