If unhealed, our wounds keep us living in the past (Myss)
This is in response to your coverage of the Phoebe Prince case. I would like to offer a dissociative/trauma perspective specific to Phoebe’s victimization. As you discovered and I speculated, she had prior self-destructive behaviors including self-mutilation and suicide attempts. This would highly […]

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Sex attacker Snared

On July 30, 2010 By

Daily Record .Co.Uk – Sex Attacker Snared

This article is a reminder that Western culture, particularly the five-sense cognitve psychology field, needs to awaken to the notion that the God given hypnotic/trance state allows the uncovering and release of blocked off trauma that was guided to an altered state of consciousness. In the current […]

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Getting Your Soul Right

On February 3, 2010 By

Getting You Soul Right

What is most important in this life is your Spiritual evolution

S’s Dominant/Spiritual Guide

“You’re not going to be happy if you don’t have your Soul right. The soul can’t be right if blocked off traumas are allowed to surface and triggers are allowed to play a role in creating bad […]

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The Psyche-Phobic Psych World

On December 2, 2009 By

The Psyche-Phobic Psych World
(Fear of the abreaction)
Only seeking healing in the consciousness
Will produce true healing
DeRohan

Wake up Psychology world! We are in the midst of a paradigm shift, a shift to a higher level of consciousness-a new dimension. You are psyche-phobic with regard to the treatment of […]

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Female Victimizers

On July 2, 2009 By

“Reenactment of one’s own victimization is a major cause of the cycle of violence”
Van der Kolk

An adolescent was referred to me following an investigation of child sexual abuse. This teen, who had come to live with a great aunt and her son and family, acted out sexually with a younger cousin. This […]

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Sea-Change

On April 30, 2009 By

Sea-Change

“We routinely disqualify testimony that would plead for extenuation”
Marilynne Robinson, The Death of Adam
I never intended to be an Outrider. I just wanted to do my marital and family therapy for which I was trained. However, with every door of opportunity that opened, I was pushed into the world of […]

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Dissociation theory has long understood the dynamics that takes place in domestic violence specific to the extreme contrast between “terror followed by submission and reconciliation (Walker).”  Dissociation theory is based on the premise that there is compulsion to repeat our unresolved childhood traumas often through behavioral reenactments.  In our personal relationships, we unconsciously seek out, […]

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