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Trauma and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

Trauma and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

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December 2003 | 168 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This is the first comprehensive reader in a new area of counselling. It brings together well-known authors on traumatic stress responses and good counselling practice, as well as new material specifically written in order to fill gaps in current published sources. The authors cover an extensive range of methods for helping people, including videotaping, brief group counselling, expressive art, and information on helping the helpers.

Matthew J Friedman
PTSD Diagnosis and Treatment for Mental Health Clinicians
Michael J Scott
Assessment and Conceptualization
Michael J Scott
Guidelines for Crisis Counselling
Michael J Scott
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
A Cognitive-Contextual Approach

Michael F Hoyt
Cognitive-Behavioural Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder from a Narrative Constructivist Perspective
A Conversation with Donald Meichenbaum

Michael J Scott and Stephen G Stradling
Brief Group Counselling and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Donald Meichenbaum
Letter Writing, Audiotaping and Videotaping as Therapeutic Tools
Use of `Healing' Metaphors

Donald Meichenbaum
What Can Be Done to Help Clients with PTSD and DES?
Donald Meichenbaum
Expressive Art as a Form of Prevention and Treatment of PTSD with Children
Donald Meichenbaum
Helping the Helpers
Frank M Ochberg
The Counting Method for Ameliorating Traumatic Memories
Michael J Scott
Journeying with the Traumatized
The Hillsborough Disaster

Gerald M Rosen et al
Power Therapies, Miraculous Claims and the Cures That Fail

Although based on the old DSM-IV, this book provides a basic introduction to PTSD and how Counsellors/Psychotherapists can support clients.

Basics of a variety of methods are offered so that professionals from all approaches could benefit from reading it.

Ms Patricia Gagni
Counselling and Psychology, City Lit
March 23, 2014

Well thought out text with good practical examples. Easy to read and offered a diverse range of examples.

Mrs Jo Royle
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Keele University
July 24, 2012

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ISBN: 9781412900942