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(p. 33) Emotion-Focused Therapy for Anger in Complex Trauma 

(p. 33) Emotion-Focused Therapy for Anger in Complex Trauma
(p. 33) Emotion-Focused Therapy for Anger in Complex Trauma

Antonio Pascual-Leone

and Sandra C. Paivio

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date: 13 November 2018

This chapter describes emotion-focused therapy applied to anger-related problems that stem from complex child abuse trauma, that is, repeated exposure to violence and betrayal, usually at the hands of loved ones and caregivers. This therapy focuses on healing the emotional/attachment injuries perpetrated by particular abusive and/or neglectful others. The chapter explains the six fundamental assumptions underlying emotion-focused therapy.

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