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  • Tags: Psychopathology

Childhood maltreatment is the most important preventable risk factor for psychiatric disorders. This keynote will explore the effects of different types of maltreatment on brain structure, function, and connectivity, and highlight the importance of…

Background: Confrontation with a traumatic loss (e.g., disaster-related loss) is a risk factor for the development of psychopathology, including symptoms of prolonged grief (PG), posttraumatic stress (PTS), and depression. Although interventions have…

Pour cet ouvrage de 700 pages, le Professeur Cyril Tarquinio s’est entouré de Marie-Jo Brennstuhl, Hélène Delluci, Martine Iracane, Jenny Ann Rydberg, Michel Silvestre, et Eva Zimmerman afin de se lancer dans une synthèse « de 20 ans de développement…

Childhood maltreatment is the most important preventable risk factors for a vast array of psychiatric disorders. A critical question is how does maltreatment get ‘under the skin’ to enhance risk and how can this knowledge be used to preempt emergence…

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The present work represents a new phase in a profound revolution in psychotherapy, in which affects take their rightful place of equality with cognitions, drives, and behavior among the modalities that must be interpreted by theory and embraced by…

There are two widely accepted assumptions about personality and psychopathology that influence the success of failure of our use of EMDR with patients. While the following notions have been restated in different ways by various schools of…
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