Trauma und Persönlichkeit

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Part of the Psychosomatik im Zentrum book series (PSZE, volume 2)

Zusammenfassung

Dieses Kapitel beschäftigt sich mit möglichen Zusammenhängen zwischen Trauma und Persönlichkeit. Die verfügbare Literatur, in der untersucht wird, ob spezifische Persönlichkeitsmerkmale einen Schutz-/Risikofaktor für Psychopathologie nach Traumaexposition darstellen, wird behandelt, und ob es Evidenz dafür gibt, dass bestimmte Persönlichkeitsmerkmale die Wahrscheinlichkeit für traumatische Erfahrungen erhöhen. Des Weiteren wird der Zusammenhang zwischen Kindheitstrauma und Persönlichkeitsstörungen besprochen, mit besonderem Schwerpunkt auf Studien, die untersuchen, wie spezifische Kindheitstraumata zur Entwicklung spezifischer Persönlichkeitsstörungen beitragen. Das Kapitel schließt mit klinischen Implikationen, wobei die Autoren sich darauf konzentrieren, einen Weg zu finden, um die Wunden von Kindheitstraumata zu heilen und Persönlichkeitsstörungen durch schemafokussierte Therapie zu bewältigen.

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