Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Sourcebook

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Sourcebook The Definitive Resource for Trauma Survivors Their Loved Ones and Helpers Trauma can take many forms from witnessing a violent crime or surviving a natural disaster to living with the effects of ab

  • Title: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Sourcebook
  • Author: Glenn R. Schiraldi
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Sourcebook

    The Definitive Resource for Trauma Survivors, Their Loved Ones, and Helpers Trauma can take many forms, from witnessing a violent crime or surviving a natural disaster to living with the effects of abuse, rape, combat, or alcoholism Deep emotional wounds may seem like they will never heal However, with The Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Sourcebook, Dr Glenn Schiraldi oThe Definitive Resource for Trauma Survivors, Their Loved Ones, and HelpersTrauma can take many forms, from witnessing a violent crime or surviving a natural disaster to living with the effects of abuse, rape, combat, or alcoholism Deep emotional wounds may seem like they will never heal However, with The Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Sourcebook, Dr Glenn Schiraldi offers a remarkable range of treatment alternatives and self management techniques, showing survivors that the other side of pain is recovery and growth.Live your life fully without fear, pain, depression, or self doubt Identify emotional triggers and protect yourself from further harmUnderstand the link between PTSD and addiction and how to break itFind the best treatments and techniques that are right for youThis updated edition covers new information for war veterans and survivors with substance addictions It also explores mindfulness based treatments, couples strategies, medical aids, and other important treatment innovations.

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    1. Claire

      Very comprehensive and accessible book about PTSD (i.e. the writing does not just target clinicians and psychologists). Among many other topics, the book goes over different feelings such as guilt, anger and shame, processes such as grief, paying attention to dreams and what they mean, and outlines different psychological treatments and relaxation techniques--some of the latter can be done at home. There is also focus on moving on after PTSD. It is also the first time I have read in simple words [...]

    2. Mary Allen

      This is the best book on PTSD that I've read, and I've got 4 of them! A wonderful guide to the disorder with practical tips on how to work through the healing process, whether you're suffering from it yourself, or someone you love has been diagnosed with it. I'm writing a book about a woman with it, thus the intense interest.Highly highly recommend it!

    3. Rebecca

      This is a great, inclusive resource on PTSD and various different treatments. It's really a must-read for anyone who is suffering from PTSD, who has a relative who is, or who is interested in the disorder.It's informative without being overly dense, and easily gives you resources for more information if you so choose to explore it.My only reason for giving the kindle version 4 instead of 5 stars is formatting. The book is clearly straight from the print version, so a lot of the formatting is iff [...]

    4. Shawn Birss

      This is a very accessible and thorough book on PTSD. I recently also stumbled upon it on my therapist's bookshelf. By my reading, and his recommendation, I'd say it is an essential book on the subject.

    5. Rochelle

      This book was very education and offered practical ways and tools to help deal with the pain and suffering that comes with Post-Tramatic Stress Disorder.

    6. Robin Fry

      One of the best sourcebooks I've read on post-traumatic stress disorder--in fact, I'm reading it again. Dr. Schiraldi explains many aspects of PTSD in easy-to-understand terms, and he provides several practical exercises that help people understand where they may be in their respective healing journeys. It's a great guide for anyone wanting to understand PTSD better, and it debunks a lot of myths and misconceptions other people may have. It's also a great guide to help patients, psychologists, p [...]

    7. Amy Morgan

      Has some nice summaries of issues that people face with post traumatic stress, as well as some practical tools.

    8. Kat Hodgins

      Tried to read this as an e-book but the set up was horrid. The test only took up about a third of each page, and the resulting white space was annoying and broke the continuity way too much. Might try again if I can get my hand on a physical copy (or a better e-edition) but for now this one is going back on the "someday" list.

    9. Sarah

      It is a good, if I got it an year earlier it would made a huge difference. Instead I read mostly books about parental abuse and neglect which helped me a lot which is covered a little.

    10. Brian Gillum

      This book is what it says it isa guide to dealing with PTSD, for those still struggling with it, those who have learned to cope with it and for those who love them.

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