If you have not reset your password since 2017, please use the 'forgot password' link below to reset your password and access your SAGE online account.
"I am rather impressed with the inclusion of several somewhat unintegrated areas of research in the area of psychological trauma and its treatment. For instance, the inclusion of collective trauma as a topic of study along with innovative CBT therapies like EMDR, which could be considered an integral approach to trauma-resolution, is noteworthy and admirable...I commend the authors for their treatment of an area that is relatively novel, innovative, and practical...I strongly endorse the premise of the book. The authors are providing a unique contribution for several reasons.
"Compared to the texts I have used, the proposed text provides a clearer more direct theoretical approach for understanding and intervening in trauma. It also examines populations not previously discussed such as bullying, children experiencing traumatic loss, and trauma among Native Americans...the proposed book, Contemporary Directions in Trauma Theory, Research and Practice, covers important areas that have been missing in other texts.
"I strongly endorse many aspects of the authors’ rationale. Specifically, a text is needed that is from a social work perspective, updates the well-respected existing texts, is focused on clinical interventions, and especially uses psychodynamic and attachment theories. I would buy this book myself.... I am excited about this book. It addresses an area that I believe is extremely important. More helping professionals are realizing the central role trauma plays in many of our clients’ lives and this text has the potential to address the lack of education about trauma.
Fits the discipline of the current direction of the course.
Will be used as a supplemental text at Keystone College, the other college I teach at.
This title is also available on SAGE Knowledge, the ultimate social sciences online library. If your library doesn’t have access, ask your librarian to start a trial.