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Mills, J. (2009). Theaters of Trauma: Dialogues for Healing. By Richard Raubolt. Bloomington, IN: IUniverse, 2008. 102 pp.. Psychoanal Q., 78(4):1225-1227.

(2009). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 78(4):1225-1227

Theaters of Trauma: Dialogues for Healing. By Richard Raubolt. Bloomington, IN: IUniverse, 2008. 102 pp.

Review by:
Jon Mills

Very few analysts openly discuss their cases publicly, let alone disclose the minutiae of their clinical work in the literature, despite the fact that they pride themselves on being good clinicians. What do we make of this paradox, this contradiction in disclosedness versus identity? Perhaps it is simply because it takes courage and radical self-acceptance to honestly report what one actually does in the consulting room—exposing it for all to judge. Yet analysts like to read others' stories of being in the trenches. Together or alone, we are drawn to therapeutic dialogue, the heart of what we do every day.

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