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Description - Life After Trauma by Dena Rosenbloom

Even when the worst has happened, it is possible to feel good again. This compassionate Workbook has already helped tens of thousands of trauma survivors start rebuilding their lives, with a focus on the posttrauma present. Full of practical strategies for coping and self-care, the book guides readers step by step toward reclaiming a basic sense of safety, self-worth, trust, and control, as well as the capacity to be close to others. Updated throughout, the second edition has a new section on managing emotions through mindfulness and an appendix on easing the stress of health care visits. The larger trim size makes it easier to work through the dozens of engaging questionnaires and exercises. Survivors of any kind of traumatic experience, as well as therapists and counselors who work with them will find this book of tremendous value.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781606236086
ISBN-10: 1606236083
Format: Paperback
(266mm x 203mm x mm)
Pages: 295
Imprint: Guilford Publications
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Publish Date: 30-Mar-2010
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Dena Rosenbloom

Dena Rosenbloom, PhD, a clinical psychologist in private practice in Glastonbury, Connecticut, USA, specializes in supporting people through the healing process following traumatic life events. She also conducts trainings and workshops for a broad range of audiences as well as critical incident stress debriefings for groups of people who have shared a traumatic experience. Mary Beth Williams, PhD, LCSW, CTS, is in private practice in Warrenton, Virginia, USA, specializing in the treatment of trauma-related disorders. She is a former school social worker and also does adoption home studies for international and domestic adoptions. She is widely published in the field of trauma and is an instructor for the Office for Victims of Crime at the U.S. Department of Justice. Barbara E. Watkins is a writer and editor living in Boston.