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Resilience and Survival: Understanding and Healing Intergenerational Trauma
Clara Mucci
Confer Books / Softcover / Sep 2022
9781913494100 (ISBN-10: 1913494101)
Trauma
price: $25.50
168 pages
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This unique book shows how resilience can be reinforced and structured to create stronger individuals and societies, vis a vis increasing traumatic and stressful life circumstances. The author investigates several human practices, processes and features that aid our capacity to resist, combat, adapt to or counter extreme traumatisation. These features and capabilities come into play at the interface between vulnerability and resilience, leading to a deeper understanding of the mechanism of resilience itself.

Each chapter illustrates the components necessary to achieve resilience: attachment, connectedness, memory, testimony, education and the development and practice of artistic and creative activities. The book also explores the positive effects of moral commitment, empathy and altruism, and psychodynamic intergenerational therapy on trauma, showing that acts and feelings of compassion and forgiveness, and an appreciation for and use of higher order symbolic structures, such as art and creativity, together contribute to building and reinforcing resilience and social solidarity.

About the Author:

Clara Mucci, PhD, teaches Clinical Psychology at the University of Chieti in Italy. Previously a professor of Shakespearean studies, she is now a psychoanalyst in private practice. She is the author of several books on Shakespeare and psychoanalysis, on trauma, the Holocaust and personality disorders. She is the author of Beyond Individual and Collective Trauma and Borderline Bodies.

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