The toxic nature of trauma can make it an overwhelming area of work. This book by a recognised expert adopts a systemic perspective, focusing on the individual in context. Very positively, it shows how every level of relationship can contribute to healing and that the meaning of traumatic experiences can be 'unfrozen' and revisited over time.American Psychiatric Association (2000) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (4th edition). Washington ... Relationships: A Collaborative Study for Informing Therapya#39;, Journal of Systemic Therapies, 16 (2), 125a33. ... Andrews, B., Brewin, C. R., Rose, S. and Kirk, M. (2000) a#39;Predicting PTSD Symptoms in Victims of Violent Crime: The ... Barge, K. (2004) a#39;Articulating CMM as a Practical Theorya#39;, in Pearce, W. B. and Kearney, J. (eds) Human Systems, Volume 15 (1a3).
|Title||:||Working with Trauma|
|Publisher||:||Palgrave Macmillan - 2012-11-27|