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The impact of Trauma on a Couple Relationship

Jacqueline McDiarmid

Many couples present to a session wanting help because of a lack of connection and intimacy with each other. When a traumatic incident has occurred, working through intimacy issues can be more complex and overwhelming for the couple and Therapist alike. At times there can be a dynamic where one person in the couple has higher needs in response to the trauma. Sessions can become easily unbalanced and neutrality can be difficult to maintain. 

35th Australian Family Therapy Conference
30-31 October 2014 Novotel, Sydney, Australia
Visit AAFT at: www.aaft.asn.au

Jacqueline McDiarmid
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Jacqueline McDiarmid

Jacqueline McDiarmid is a Couple and Family Therapist, Lecturer and trainer who works with individuals, couples, adolescents and families. She holds a Masters of Couple and Family Therapy (UNSW), Bachelor in Counselling and Human Change and a Diploma of Psychotherapy and Counselling. Jacqueline has been in private practice for over 16 years – she is the Director and founder of the Sydney Couple and Family Specialists. Jacqueline currently runs the Masters elective in Family Therapy at the Jansen Newman Institute. Jacqueline also presents professional development sessions through The Couple and Family Training Centre and PDP seminars.

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