Table of contents for Trauma, truth, and reconciliation : healing damaged relationships / edited by Nancy Nyquist Potter.

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Contributors viii
Introduction 1
Nancy Nyquist Potter
1 Psychotherapy and the truth and reconciliation commission: the dialectic of individual and collective healing 15
David H. Brendel
2 Spiral of growth: a social psychiatric perspective on conflict resolution, reconciliation, and relationship development 29
Christa Krüger
3 Reconciliation as compromise and the management of rage 67
Peter Zachar
4 Political reconciliation, the rule of law, and post-traumatic stress disorder 83
Colleen Murphy
5 When philosophical assumptions matter 111
Alison Mitchell
6 How much truth and how much reconciliation? Intrapsychic, interpersonal, and social aspects of resolution 127
Deborah Spitz
7 Forgiveness: beyond virtue and the law 139
Mary C. Rawlinson
8 Elements of a phenomenology of evil and forgiveness 171
Gerrit Glas
9 Forgiveness: a critical appraisal 203
Piet J. Verhagen
10 Forgiveness therapy in gendered contexts: What happens to the truth? 229
Sharon Lamb
11 Telling the truth about mental illness: the role of narrative 257
Christian Perring
12 Healing relational trauma through relational means: aboriginal approaches 277
Lewis Mehl-Madrona

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Conflict management.
Truth commissions.
Social conflict -- Psychological aspects.
Interpersonal conflict.
Psychic trauma.