Trauma & PTSD
The author describes the book’s theoretical framework as the ecology of violence; therapists can intervene to stop violence on any of four...
Integrating neuropsychodynamic and biopsychosocial factors, this book provides a guide for psychotherapists whose practices may include patients with traumatic brain injury and related neurobehavioural syndromes, such as strokes and brain tumours.
This book offers a new conceptual approach to the problem of post-traumatic stress disorder, in which the response to trauma is seen as a reaction to injury rather than as an illness.
This work proposes a model for choosing the right intervention to solve the problems which are brought to therapy. The emphasis is on how to understand and control the many forms of violence (including incest and sexual abuse) that constitute a primary therapeutic problem of our time.