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Fri Mar 21 17:03:51 2014 UTClccn-n930810860.00Atti impuri : la piaga dell'abuso sessuale nella Chiesa cattolica /0.390.70The supervisory relationship : a contemporary psychodynamic approach /117815123n 930810863438068Frawley, Mary G.Frawley, Mary Gail, 1950-Frawley-O'Dea, Mary G.Frawley-O'Dea, Mary GailO'Dea, Mary Gail Frawley-.O'Dea, Mary Gail Frawley-, 1950-フローリー=オーディ, メアリー・ゲイルlccn-n79041716Catholic Churchlccn-no2007084559Donner, Frankpronp-brown, michaelBrown, Michaelpronp-lassalle, hermasLassalle, Hermasprolccn-no2010137522O'Grady, Oliverivelccn-no2010137604Schlosser, Jenscnglccn-no2010137529Baldwin, Rayprolccn-no2010137583Sloan, Nancy1965-ivelccn-no2003109666Arthur, Joseph1971-cmplccn-no2010137554Jyono, AnniveFrawley-O'Dea, Mary Gail1950-BiographyHistoryClergy--Sexual behaviorChild sexual abuse by clergyCatholic ChurchUnited StatesChild molestersChild sexual abuse--Religious aspects--Catholic ChurchAdult child sexual abuse victimsCorruptionO'Grady, OliverPsychotherapyAdult child sexual abuse victims--RehabilitationPsychoanalysisPsychoanalysis--Study and teaching--SupervisionPsychotherapists--Supervision ofPedophiliaCalifornia, NorthernParishesSexual misconduct by clergyIncestPsychosexual disorders195019871994200020012004200620072008200920102011201234221240261.83272088282BX1912.9ocn084662417ocn799816553ocn748522174ocn470938525ocn486901311ocn42752238016103ocn071350368book20070.35Frawley-O'Dea, Mary GailPerversion of power : sexual abuse in the Catholic ChurchDrawing on 20 years of clinical experience, the author presents the dynamics of sexual abuse both from the victim's point of view and from the priest's; probes why the Church hierarchy, fellow priests, and lay people were silent for so long; and what drew this scandal into the public arena+-+42906017358436ocn084662417visu20060.21Deliver us from evilHistoryBiographyA documentary on confessed pedophile priest Oliver O'Grady and attempts by the Catholic Church to cover up his actions Includes interviews with O'Grady and his victims4204ocn028845107book19940.63Davies, Jody MesslerTreating the adult survivor of childhood sexual abuse : a psychoanalytic perspectiveEntering the tumultuous, dissociated world of the adult survivor of childhood sexual abuse presents an intimidating challenge for clinicians. But as the authors of this innovative book argue, therapists must be willing and able to work within the powerful and rapidly shifting relational paradigms of transference and countertransference commonly found in treatment of these patients. Such dual roles enacted in treatment include the unseeing, uninvolved parent and the unseen, neglected child; the sadistic abuser and the helpless, enraged victim; the idealized rescuer and the entitled child; and the seducer and the seduced. This is the first model for treatment of adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse that takes advantage of a relational approach and that integrates psychoanalytic thinking with the latest findings from the literature on psychological trauma and sexual abuse. Diverging from a more classical perspective, the authors view dissociation as the means by which a person adapts to and expresses traumatogenic material and by which such patients defend against traumatic memories, affects, and fantasy elaborations emerging into consciousness. The authors also detail how dissociation helps organize the patient's personality and presentation of self. Richly illustrated case examples bring to life the authors' treatment model and show how clinicians can work through the relational paradigms between patient and therapist and, ultimately, reach the core of the patient's deeply buried experiences of self and other+-+K8811501952867ocn044702232book20000.70Frawley-O'Dea, Mary GailThe supervisory relationship : a contemporary psychodynamic approach"The volume begins by discussing the history of psychodynamic supervision, examining how major analytic theories and practices have been mirrored in this crucial element of professional development. An innovative typology is delineated to facilitate comparison among models and enable readers to think more systematically about their own supervisory priorities and styles. The authors' model is then presented within the context of contemporary relational theories of mind, health, pathology, and treatment. Filled with detailed examples and vignettes, chapters show how the supervisor and supervisee can work together to co-construct, mutually derive, and negotiate meanings that elucidate both the treatment relationship and the supervisory relationship. Key themes explored include issues of power and authority, regression in the supervisory relationship, rethinking the "teach/treat" question, parallel process as a relational phenomenon, working with group process in case conference, and the role of the organization in supporting training." "This thoughtful book will be read with pleasure by anyone interested in the intricate processes of clinical teaching and learning. It is a richly informative resource for psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, psychoanalysts, and others involved in supervisory work. It also will serve as a text for courses on clinical supervision and psychodynamic psychotherapy."--BOOK JACKET+-+667158720623711ocn143747610book20070.59Frawley-O'Dea, Mary GailPredatory priests, silenced victims : the sexual abuse crisis and the Catholic ChurchThe sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic Church captured headlines and mobilized public outrage in January 2002. But much of the commentary that immediately followed was reductionistic, focusing on single "causes" of clerical abuse such as mandatory celibacy, homosexuality, sexual repressiveness or sexual permissiveness, anti-Catholicism, and a decadent secular culture. "Predatory Priests, Silenced Victims: The Sexual Abuse Crisis in the Catholic Church", a collection of groundbreaking articles edited by Mary Gail Frawley-O'Dea and Virginia Goldner, eschews such one-size-fits all theorizing. In its place, the abuse situation is explored in all its troubling complexity, as contributors take into account the experiences, respectively, of the victim/survivor, the abuser/perpetrator, and the bystander (whether family member, professional/clergy, or the community at large). Setting polemics to the side, "Predatory Priests, Silenced Victims" provides a sober and sobering analysis of the interlacing historical, doctrinal, and psychological issues that came together in the sexual abuse scandal. It is mandatory reading for all who seek thoughtful, informed commentary on a crisis long in the making and yet to be resolved+-+2979816335141ocn262890775book20080.10Frawley-O'Dea, Mary GailLa perversión del poder : abuso sexual dentro de la Iglesia Católica+-+080778252452ocn799816553book2009Atti impuri : la piaga dell'abuso sessuale nella Chiesa cattolica32ocn743306368book20100.47Frawley-O'Dea, Mary GailAtarashii sūpā bijon kankei : Parareru purosesu no maryoku11ocn747616856book20110.47Frawley-O'Dea, Mary GailDu dao guan xi : yi zhong dang dai xin li dong li xue fang fa = Evolutionary Supervisory relationship : a contemporary psychodynamic approach11ocn224440005book20040.47The sexual-abuse crisis and the Catholic Church11ocn061169180book20040.47Frawley-O'Dea, Mary GailThe Sexual-abuse crisis and the Catholic Church11ocn018685163book19870.47Frawley-O'Dea, Mary GailThe sexual lives of adult survivors of father-daughter incest+-+4290601735+-+4290601735Fri Mar 21 15:55:46 EDT 2014batch11901