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She has had a year of personal counseling, some in individual treatment and some in joint sessions with her husband. In her family of origin, her mother was depressed and actively addicted to prescription drugs for a time in her 36 TREATING SECONDARY VICTIMS early childhood. The youngest of four, Mrs. G describes her childhood as one in which she felt her mother was unavailable,and she turned often to an older sister, who only partially met her needs. Mrs. G describes Josephine to fellow workers—in a half-joking manner—as a child she wishes she could take home.
Furthermore, they are specific to the period of history and the society in which they are produced" (p. 14). Thus, the meaning of motherhood is influenced by the social needs, expectations, and demands on women in relation to their roles with children. In the 1990s, the expectation that women will become mothers and that this is a normal and proper part of being an adult woman is alive and well (Phoenix & Woollett, 1991). However, many more women who mother children are involved in wage-earning employment outside the home than were even 30 years ago.
Reliance on a psychodynamic formulation that does not take women's differential needs into consideration may mean that the therapist is not suffi ciently prepared to help a client such as Mrs. N. Widespread Tendency t o Blame M o t h e r for a Child's Problem A fourth issue has to do with the widespread tendency to blame the mother for all of the child's problems. As noted earlier, this is the dark side of the attribution of irrational power to mothers, which is reflected in the ideal ization of motherhood.