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Psychology of Trauma 101 | The Psych 101 Series
Ruglass, Lesia and Kathleen Kendall-Tackett
Springer Publishing Company / Softcover / 2014-10-01 / 0826196683
Trauma / Psychology
price: $41.50 (may be subject to change)
248 pages
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Mental health professionals who don't specialize in trauma practice are discovering more and more frequently that trauma survivors represent a high percentage of their client population.Trauma 101is a concise, current, balanced, and accessible overview of one of the most pervasive, yet controversial psychological issues faced today. It is grounded in the most up-to-date research and theories on trauma and its effects, and covers not only the concepts of what trauma is and the ways in which different kinds of traumas affects people, but also considers how it is diagnosed in the wake of the DSM-V and is treated with both evidence-based and alternative methods.Written by a leading researcher and clinician in the field, the book is an entry-level text for students. It is illustrated with first-person accounts from trauma survivors and encompasses theories, diagnosis, and treatment as well as how trauma affects family members and caregivers. The text also addresses the potential health consequences of trauma and illuminates controversies in the field and such emerging topics as post-traumatic growth, multiple trauma, and how traumatic events affect communities.

Key Features: Provides a comprehensive yet concise overview of trauma for entry-level students • Considers theoretical frameworks for understanding trauma and its impact on physical and mental health • Addresses diagnosis, treatment and controversial and emerging topics• Covers post-traumatic growth, multiple trauma, evidence-based treatments and alternative treatments• Includes plentiful firsthand accounts of trauma survivors

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