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Advances in trauma sensitive therapy offer promising treatment interventions for those once thought beyond more immediate and relieving therapies. Several books in this one volume provide systematic and systemic interventions for reintegrating the brain/body and how the wounded perceive these implicit and dissonant messages. Design a treatment path with trauma sensitive insights derived from cutting edge psycho-neurological research and models.
Don't let this simple title fool you! This little treasure provides brilliant and accessible insights into the use of EMDR for complex emotional problems. Knipe demonstrates an intimate and comfortable comprehension of the universal principles of dissociation, avoidance, idealization, and resistance so common in complex emotional presentations and addiction. His mastery comes through his use of ovals to illustrate the internal realms of personality and how to access, activate, and alleviate with the powerful methods of dual-awareness and bilateral stimulation.
Buttress your clinical competence with this addition to your bookshelf. Dr. Mardi Horowitz, who is largely responsible for modern concepts of PTSD, teaches clinicians to employ a transtheoretical approach, integrating multiple therapeutic modalities to treat patients who have undergone severe stress. The author emphasizes repeated assessments and formulations that form the foundation for individualized treatment plans. Beginning with the principles of psychological responses to stressor events, the book takes the reader through assessment, support skills, techniques for improving patients coping skills, facilitating the incorporation of stressor events into narratives and helping patients find meaning, and, finally, evaluating change and terminating therapy.
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