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Stern, T. (2014). The Development of Reflective Functioning in a Mother Traumatized by Past and Present Events: Facilitating Change in the Parent-Infant Relationship. J. Infant Child Adolesc. Psychother., 13(1):24-36.

(2014). Journal of Infant, Child & Adolescent Psychotherapy, 13(1):24-36

The Development of Reflective Functioning in a Mother Traumatized by Past and Present Events: Facilitating Change in the Parent-Infant Relationship

Tricia Stern

This article presents clinical work with a woman who experienced trauma in both her childhood and adult life and who demonstrated poor reflective functioning. Treatment began during the patient’s pregnancy and continued with dyadic work with mother and baby in an effort to help the patient address and reflect on past and current life stressors and to develop a healthy mother-child relationship. A review of reflective functioning precedes the case material.

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