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Bringing the TSM trauma triangle into action

by Axel Eichel, TSM Team Leader Berlin, Germany, 2014 Introduction The Therapeutic Spiral Method, TSM as it is commonly called, is a clinically modified form of psychodrama that is anchored in neurobiology research on trauma and in attachment theory. It supports people with a history of trauma to safely and deeply heal their wounds and […]

Updated CONTAINING DOUBLE

What is Containment? Containment is both a psychological concept and a reality-based principle that provides safety for people working on histories of trauma in all educational and therapeutic settings. As a psychological construct, containment describes the process of expanding or contracting conscious awareness to provide a safe space for unprocessed memories to be held in […]