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Men's Trauma Recovery and Empowerment Model (M-TREM): A Clinician's Guide to Working with Male Trauma Survivors in Groups
Roger Fallot, Maxine Harris, et al
Community Connections Inc / Spiral Bound / Apr 2001
X81804
Trauma / Men's Issues
price: $21.95
51 pages
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This manual guides group leaders through a 24 session trauma recovery process for male survivors. In part I group members develop a shared emotional and relational vocabulary. Part 2 focuses more specifically on abuse and the connections between trauma and psychological symptoms, addictive behavior and relationship patterns. Part three focuses most directly on core recovery skills.

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