El tratamiento de la violencia y la victimización en las relaciones íntimas

Autores/as

  • Virginia Goldner Co-directora, Proyecto de Género y Violencia. 102 East 22 nd Street, New York NY

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33898/rdp.v14i54-55.686

Palabras clave:

violencia, abuso, relaciones íntimas, feminismo, teoría de sistemas

Resumen

Este escrito presenta un análisis de la violencia en la vida íntima nutriéndose de múltiples perspectivas teóricas. Éstas incluyen -pero no se limitan a- la teoría feminista, la teoría de las relaciones objetales, la teoría sistémica, la teoría narrativa y el construccionismo social, y la neurobiología. Se sostiene que es posible poner fin a la violencia y el abuso a través de un formato de terapia de pareja modificado, que aborda las cuestiones de la relación, el trauma individual, y la vulnerabilidad biológica a la vez que toma una clara posición moral en tanto que la violencia, el abuso y la inequidad son intolerables en cualquier forma.

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Publicado

2003-06-01

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Goldner, V. (2003). El tratamiento de la violencia y la victimización en las relaciones íntimas. Revista De Psicoterapia, 14(54-55), 45–76. https://doi.org/10.33898/rdp.v14i54-55.686

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