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A Woman's View of Clinical Trauma Theory and Therapy
A woman's view of clinical trauma theory and therapy
Susan H.Gere

I am not sure when I thought I might be interested in doing psychotherapy, or even when I had any idea what that word meant. My family was not culturally sophisticated in that way but I did have a delightful encounter with a school psychologist who administered the WISC intelligence test as the gateway to my exciting Sputnik-era advanced science and math classes. I liked the personal attention he gave me and the way he gave me an opportunity to show my stuff. As an oldest child and a musician, I certainly always felt curious about others and responsive to the “music” of life. I think I ...

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