Relationship and personality issues in adult female surviviors of childhood incest: a case study
Fiche mise à jour le 14 novembre 2019
Masters of Science Degree with a Major in Mental Health CounselingOrganismes :
University of Wisconsin – Stout, États-UnisRésumé d'auteur :
This study was conducted to explore the personal relationship issues that adult female survivors of childhood incest have throughout their lifetime, and to compare it with the research that has been completed.
This study was done in the form of a case study, in which one subject, an adult female survivor of childhood incest was interviewed for seven sessions. Based on these interviews, a comparison was done in regards to the relationship issues the subject has experienced or is currently experiencing, with the literature reviewed in this study.
The conclusion of this study will present information that addresses the long-term aftereffects of incest for adult female survivors in regard to their personal relationship issues throughout adulthood. This study also suggests additional areas of research based on the results found in this study.Mots clés SantéPsy :
Inceste, Victime femme, Cas clinique, Trouble de la personnalité, Personnalité évitante, Séquelle, Amnésie, Trouble dissociatif de l'identité, Personnalité dépendante, Dépersonnalisation, Personnalité histrionique, Parentification, Syndrome post-traumatique, AutomutilationMots clés libres :
Avoidant Personality Disorder, Dissociative Amnesia, Dissociative Identity Disorder, Dependent Personality Disorder, Depersonalization Disorder, Dissociative Fugue, Histrionic Personality Disorder, Hypervigilance, Parentified Child, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Post-traumatic Stress Reactions, Repressed Memory Syndrome, Self-mutilation, Self-injury, Sexual contact, Survivor