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Trauma and Stress 2010 New Books and Selected Backlist


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The Routledge Psychosocial Stress Series includes books that make a contribution to understanding the role of psychosocial stress as a context for causing and absorbing stress by combining groundbreaking theory, research, assessment, treatment, and policy over a broad range of fields of study.

Clinican’s Guide to PTSD

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A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach

Dissociation in Traumatized Children and Adolescents

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Life After Trauma

Theory and Clinical Interventions

A Workbook for Healing Second Edition Dena Rosenbloom and Mary Beth Williams, with Barbara E. Watkins Page 9

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Edited by Sandra Wieland, in private practice, Centre for Counselling and Therapy, British Columbia, Canada Dissociation in Traumatized Children and Adolescents is a ground-breaking text for the study of dissociation in young people. In eight unique and compelling case studies, the authors lay out detailed narratives that illustrate both the therapy’s progression as well as the therapist’s reactions and thought process during case development. These case studies present many aspects of working with traumatized children who dissociate – trauma processing, attachment work, work with the family, interactions with the community – and give frank analysis of the difficulties clinicians encounter in various therapeutic situations. Contents: Wieland, Dissociation: What It Is, How It Presents, and How to Understand It. Baita, Dalma (4 Years Old): Recognition and Treatment of DID in a Toddler. Grimminck, Emma (6 Years Old): Treatment of the Early Sexual Abuse Led to Integration. Potgieter Marks, Jason (7 Years Old): Two Week Intensive Therapy for Adopted Child with Dissociation. Waters, Ryan (9 Years Old): Treatment of Somatoform Dissociation (Encopresis and Multiple Physical Complaints) in Young Boy. Wieland, Joey (12 Years Old): Treatment of Child with DDNOS Following Early Family Trauma. Silberg, Angela (14 Years Old): Working with a Dissociative Teen with Medical Trauma. Yehuda, Leroy (7 Years Old) Speech Therapy and Consulting for a Dissociative Child in a School Setting. Wieland, Discussion and Conclusion.

October 2010: 384pp. Hb: 978-0-415-87749-7: £24.99/$44.95

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Families Under Fire Systemic Therapy with Military Families Edited by R. Blaine Everson, Samaritan Counseling Center, Georgia, USA, and Charles R. Figley, Tulane University, New Orleans, USA As provider networks on military bases are overwhelmed with new cases, civilian clinicians are increasingly likely to treat

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psychosocial stress series military families. However, these clinicians do not receive the same military mental-healthcare training as providers on military installations, adding strain to clinicians’ workloads and creating gaps in levels of treatment. Families Under Fire fills these gaps with realworld examples, clear, concise prose, and nuts-and-bolts approaches for working with military families utilizing a systems-based practice that is effective regardless of branch of service or the practitioner’s therapeutic preference. Any civilian mental-health practitioner who wants to understand the diverse needs of military personnel, their spouses, and their families will rely on this indispensable guidebook for years to come. Contents: Introduction. Part I: An Overview of Family Systems in the Military. Everson, Camp, Seeing Systems: Introduction to Systemic Approaches with Military Families. Hall, The Military Culture, Language, and Lifestyle. Part II: Systemic Therapy Interventions for Various Military Contexts. Everson, Herzog, Structural Strategic Approaches with Army Couples. Everson, Herzog, Haigler, Systemic Therapy with Adolescents in Army Families. Catherall, Systemic Therapy with Families of U.S. Marines. Herzog, Boydston, Whitworth, Systems Approaches with Air Force Members and their Families. Sneath, Rheem, Emotionally Focused Therapy with Army Couples Coping with PTSD. Smith, Attachment as a Consideration in Family Play Therapy with Military Families. Baroody, Spirituality and Trauma in a Time of War: A Systemic Approach to Pastoral Care and Counseling. Herzog, Everson, Secondary Traumatic Stress, Deployment Phase, and Military Families: Systemic Approaches to Treatment. Part III: Systemic Solutions to the Interpersonal Challenges of Modern Military Families. Matthewson, In Support of Military Women and Families: Challenges Facing Community Therapists. Springle, Wilmer, Painting a Moving Train: Preparing Community Providers to Serve Returning Warriors and Their Families. Lyons, Post Deployment: Practical Guidelines for Warrior Loved Ones. Everson, Figley, The Long Way Home: The Aftermath of War for Service Members and their Families. Appendix. Everson, Camp, Developmental Overview and Brief History of Systemic Family Therapy.

September 2010: 329pp. Hb: 978-0-415-99847-5: £24.99/$44.95

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When the Past Is Always Present Emotional Traumatization, Causes, and Cures Ronald A. Ruden, in private practice, New York, USA When the Past Is Always Present introduces several new ideas about trauma and trauma treatment. The first of these is that another way to treat disorders arising from the mind/brain may be to use the senses. This idea, which at the core of psychosensory therapy, forms what the author considers the “third pillar” of trauma treatment (the first and second pillars being psychotherapy and psychopharmacology). Psychosensory therapy postulates that sensory input – for example, touch – creates extrasensory activity that alters brain function and the way we respond to stimuli. The second idea presented in this book is that traumatization is encoded in the amygdala only under special circumstances. Thus, by understanding what makes an individual resistant to traumatization we can offer a way of preventing it. The third idea is that traumatization occurs because we cannot find a haven during the event. This is the cornerstone of havening, the particular form of psychosensory therapy described in the book.

Using evolutionary biological principles and recently published neuroscientific studies, this book outlines in detail how havening touch de-links the emotional experience from a trauma, essentially making it just an ordinary memory. Once done, the event no longer causes distress. Contents: Feinstein, Foreword. A Third Pillar. The Role Emotions Play. Ancient Emotions and Survival. Memory and Emotion. Encoding a Traumatic Memory. Causes and Consequences of Traumatization. Disrupting a Traumatization. Havening. A Brief Introduction to Psychosensory Therapies. Trauma Stories and Trauma Cures. Appendices.

August 2010: 238pp. Hb: 978-0-415-87564-6: £19.99/$34.95

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Understanding and Assessing Trauma in Children and Adolescents Measures, Methods, and Youth in Context Kathleen Nader, Two Suns Childhood Trauma Program, Cedar Park, Texas, USA

“a valuable resource for any individual working in the field of child trauma... Kathleen Nader provides an exceptional overview and integration of child trauma topics... recommended as a resource for students new to the field as well as experienced child trauma professionals.” - Annmarie C. Hulette, Journal of Trauma and Dissociation In this volume, Kathleen Nader has compiled an articulate and comprehensive guide to the complex process of assessment in youth and adolescent trauma. There are many issues that are important to evaluating children and adolescents, and it is increasingly clear that reliance on just one type of assessment does not provide the most accurate results. From history to recent advances, this book covers a wide range of methods and measures for assessing trauma, including case examples to illustrate the integration of these different facets. 2007: 512pp. Hb: 978-0-415-96073-1: £49.95/$80.00

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Combat Stress Injury Theory, Research, and Management Edited by Charles R. Figley, Florida State University, USA, and William P. Nash, Captain, Medical Corps, United States Navy, USA Foreword by Jonathan Shay

“On all accounts, Figley and Nash have powerfully and significantly achieved what they set out to do. To effectively position healthcare providers, the clergy, and commanders to handle [the] collective expression of operational fatigue and stress, Figley and Nash offer the right paradigm at the right time.” - Thomas J. Williams, PsycCRITIQUES Combat Stress Injury represents a definitive collection of the most current theory, research, and practice in the area of combat and

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psychosocial stress series operational stress management, edited by two experts in the field. In this book, Charles Figley and Bill Nash have assembled a wide-ranging group of authors. The chapters in this volume collectively demonstrate that combat stress can effectively be managed through prevention and training prior to combat, stress reduction methods during operations, and desensitization programs immediately following combat exposure.

The Posttraumatic Self

2006: 368pp. Hb: 978-0-415-95433-4: £24.95/$39.95

Mapping Trauma and Its Wake

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MindBody Medicine

Leo W. Rotan, Florida State University School of Medicine, USA, and Veronika OspinaKammerer, Florida State University School of Social Work, USA MindBody Medicine encapsulates a variety of interventions designed to change, strengthen, or enhance a patient’s thoughts, emotions, and behaviors in order to promote improved health and wellness. Rotan and Ospina-Kammerer have sifted through already existing works on this topic and compiled a comprehensive overview of this expanding field of study. 2006: 224pp. Hb: 978-0-415-95359-7: £24.95/$39.95 Published by Routledge

Violent Death

Edited by Edward K. Rynearson, University of Washington, Seattle, USA “Encyclopedic in breadth and scholarly in tone, this wonderful volume is easy to read and immediately relevant to the clinician... It is a work of vision, hope and great compassion for these uniquely bereaved individuals.”

- Michael F. Myers, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, and co-author of Touched By Suicide: Hope and Healing After Loss

This book pulls together a definitive collection of work on the theory and practice of clinical, spiritual, and emotional support after the experience of violent death – counseling beyond the crisis. The chapters in this volume, written by national and international experts in the field, provide the reader with the theoretical and clinical bases necessary for planning and implementing clinical and spiritual services to meet the needs of survivors, witnesses, family and community members of violent death. 2006: 416pp. Hb: 978-0-415-95323-8: £35.00/$54.50

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Handbook of Women, Stress, and Trauma Edited by Kathleen A. Kendall-Tackett Hb: 978-0-415-94742-8: 2004: 256pp. £25.00/$39.95

Handbook of Stress, Trauma, and the Family Edited by Don R. Catherall Hb: 978-0-415-94754-1: 2004: 592pp. £32.50/$49.95

Family Stressors Interventions for Stress and Trauma Edited by Don R. Catherall Pb: 978-0-415-94963-7: 2004: 208pp. £20.00/$32.50

A Primer for Practitioners

Resilience and Intervention Beyond the Crisis

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Hb: 978-0-415-95140-1: 2005: 272pp. £32.50/$49.95

Disaster Mental Health Services

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Hb: 978-0-415-95016-9: 2005: 504pp. £70.00/$105.00 Pb: 978-0-415-95017-6: 2005: 504pp. £29.95/$47.50

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Foundations and Practical Applications

Edited by John P. Wilson

Autobiographic Essays by Pioneer Trauma Scholars

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Restoring Meaning and Wholeness to Personality

Diane Myers and David Wee Hb: 978-1-58391-063-4: 2004: 288pp. £40.00/$59.95 Pb: 978-1-58391-064-1: 2004: 288pp. £19.95/$27.50

Empathy in the Treatment of Trauma and PTSD John P. Wilson, and Rhiannon Brwynn Thomas Hb: 978-0-415-94758-9: 2004: 304pp. £26.99/$39.95

The Pain of Helping Psychological Injury of Helping Professionals Patrick J. Morrissette Pb: 978-0-415-94552-3: 2004: 176pp. £18.50/$29.95

Treating Compassion Fatigue Edited by Charles R. Figley Hb: 978-1-58391-053-5: 2002: 236pp. £32.50/$49.95

Compassion Fatigue Coping with Secondary Traumatic Stress Disorder in Those Who Treat the Traumatized Edited by Charles R. Figley Hb: 978-0-87630-759-5: 1995: 292pp. £39.95/$64.95 All Published For more information visit by ourRoutledge dedicated series website www.routledgementalhealth.com/pss

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Second Edition Carolyn M. Aldwin, Oregon State University, USA

Massachusetts, USA

How do people cope with stressful experiences? What makes a coping strategy effective for a particular individual? This volume comprehensively examines the nature of psychosocial stress and the implications of different coping strategies for adaptation and health across the lifespan. Carolyn M. Aldwin synthesizes a vast body of knowledge within a conceptual framework that emphasizes the transactions between mind and body and between persons and environments. She analyzes different kinds of stressors and their psychological and physiological effects, both negative and positive. Contents: Introduction and Purpose of the Book. Why is Stress Important? Definitions of Stress. The Physiology of Stress. Design and Measurement Issues in Stress Research. Why is Coping Important? Theoretical Approaches to Coping. Measurement of Coping Strategies. Statistical Issues in Coping Research. Coping and Mental Health. Coping and Physical Health. Coping with Traumatic Stress. Sociocultural Aspects of Coping. Developmental Studies of Coping. Stress-related Growth and Transformational Coping. Self-regulation, Self-development, and Wisdom.

January 2010: 432pp. Hb: 978-1-57230-840-4: 2007: £34.00 Pb: 978-1-60623-559-1: £20.00

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“I didn’t realize that there was so much I didn’t know about stress until I read this book. While giving fair coverage to reductionism and interactionism, Aldwin makes a convincing case for transactionism as a way to integrate a vast amount of research on stress.” - Ellen J. Langer, Harvard University,

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Edited by Nick Grey, South London and Maudsley Foundation NHS Trust, UK “A Casebook of Cognitive Therapy for Traumatic Stress Reactions is the best book to date on this topic. This uniformly outstanding casebook thoughtfully illustrates creative and practical treatment guidelines derived from the latest trauma research. I wholeheartedly recommend this book to every clinician, whether novice or expert, and predict it will quickly become one of the most dog-eared books on your desk from frequent and welcome use.” - Christine A.

Padesky, Co-Founder, Center for Cognitive Therapy, Huntington Beach, California USA

A Casebook of Cognitive Therapy for Traumatic Stress Reactions aims to help therapists who may not have an extensive range of clinical experience. The book includes descriptions and case studies of clinical cases of cognitive behavioural treatments involving people who have experienced traumatic events. All chapters are written by experts in the field and consider what may be learned from such cases. In addition it is considered how these cases can be applied more generally in cognitive behavioural treatments for traumatic stress reactions. This book will be invaluable to all mental health professionals and in particular to therapists wanting to treat people who have experienced traumatic events, allowing them to creatively apply their existing knowledge to new clinical cases.

Structured for optimal use as a clinical reference and text, this comprehensive work reviews effective stress management techniques and their applications for treating psychological problems and enhancing physical health and performance. Leading experts present in-depth descriptions of progressive relaxation, hypnosis, biofeedback, meditation, cognitive methods, and other therapies.

Contents: Ehlers, Foreword. Grey, Cognitive Therapy for Traumatic Stress Reactions: An Introduction. Moulds, Mastrodomenico, Hopwood, Bryant, Cognitive Therapy for Acute Stress Disorder. Handley, Salkovskis, Hackmann, Ehlers, Travel, Trauma and Phobia: Treating the Survivors of Transport Related Trauma. Stott, Tripping into Trauma: CognitiveBehavioural Treatment for a Traumatic Stress Reaction Following Recreational Drug Use. Smith, Steel, ‘Suspicion is my Friend’: Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Post-Traumatic Persecutory Delusions. Wheatley, Hackmann, Brewin, Imagery Re-scripting for Intrusive Sensory Memories in Major Depression Following Traumatic Experiences. Kennerley, Cognitive Therapy for Post-Traumatic Dissociation. Grey, McManus, Hackmann, Clark, Ehlers, Intensive Cognitive Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Case Studies. Wild, Cognitive Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder with Permanent Physical Injury. Liness, Cognitive Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Panic Disorder. Stobie, Cognitive Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and ObsessiveCompulsive Disorder. Holmes, Butler, Cognitive Therapy and Suicidality in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: And Recent Thoughts on Flashbacks to Trauma versus “Flash-forwards” to Suicide. Stallworthy, Cognitive Therapy for People with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder to Multiple Events: Working Out Where to Start. Duffy, Gillespie, Cognitive Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Arising from Terrorist Violence and Civil Conflict. Lee, Compassion-focused Cognitive Therapy for Shame-based Trauma Memories and Flashbacks in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Young, Cognitive Therapy for Survivors of Torture. Mueller, The Role of Narrative Exposure Therapy in Cognitive Therapy for Refugees and Asylum Seekers. d’Ardenne, Farmer, Using Interpreters in Trauma Therapy.

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Principles and Practice of Stress Management Third Edition Edited by Paul M. Lehrer, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School–UMDNJ, USA, Robert L. Woolfolk, Princeton University, New Jersey, USA, and Wesley E. Sime, University of Nebraska–Lincoln, USA

“This reference book gives us a remarkable insight into the huge variety of interventions available for the universal ailment of stress.” - Florian Ruths, South London and Maudsley NHS Trust, UK, British Journal of Psychiatry

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Treating Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders An Evidence-Based Guide Edited by Christine A. Courtois, in private practice, Washington, USA, and Julian D. Ford, University of Connecticut Health Center, USA

“Courtois and Ford present an essential, comprehensive work for clinicians and researchers... Rich clinical material, and attention to management of the therapeutic alliance, therapist self-care, and other key challenges in working with these clients, make this a most useful and innovative resource.” - Josef I. Ruzek, National Center for PTSD, USA Chronic childhood trauma, such as prolonged abuse or family violence, can severely disrupt a person’s development, basic sense of self, and later relationships. Adults with this type of history often come to therapy with complex symptoms that go beyond existing criteria for PTSD. This important book brings together prominent authorities to present the latest thinking on complex traumatic stress disorders and provide practical guidelines for conceptualization and treatment. 2009: 488pp. Hb: 978-1-60623-039-8: £37.50 Published by Guilford Press

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Managing Trauma in the Workplace Supporting Workers and Organisations Edited by Noreen Tehrani, Employee Support Training and Development, Twickenham, UK “This book will be extremely useful for a range of professionals, and students. It enhances and advances our understanding of the impact of trauma in the context of the workplace.” - Alison Dunn, Head of Treatment Services, Occupational Health, Transport for London, UK

Managing Trauma in the Workplace looks at the impact of trauma not only from the perspective of the employees but also from that of their organisations. In addition to describing the negative outcomes from traumatic exposure it offers solutions which will not only build a more resilient workforce but also lead to individual and organisational growth and development. This book is essential reading for anyone with responsibility to help and support workers involved in distressing and traumatic incidents as a victim, supporter or investigator. Contents: Part I: The Nature of Organisational Trauma. Richardson, Children and Families’ Social Work and Secondary Trauma. Tehrani, Piper, Traumatic Stress in the Police Service. Busuttil, Mental Health Problems in British Veterans. Tehrani, Compassion Fatigue and Human Resource Professionals. Vogt, Leonhardt, Critical Incident Stress and the Prevention of Psychological Trauma in Air Traffic Controllers. Lowe, The Impact of Disasters on Schools and the School Community. Tehrani, The Incidence of Secondary Traumatic Stress in Workers Dealing with Traumatising Materials, Victims and Perpetrators. Part II: Traumatised Organisations and Business Continuity. Alexander, Klein, The Impact of Trauma Within Organisations. Bloom, Trauma-organised Systems and Parallel Process. Vaughan, The Influence of Organisational Culture in Dealing

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with Workplace Conflict: An Ethical and Cultural Perspective. Graham, Chadwick, Risk, Business Continuity and the Part People Play. Part III: Organisational Interventions. Tehrani, Rainbird, Dunne, Supporting the Police Following the 7/7 London Terrorist Bombs: An Organisational Approach. Handa, Krantz, Delaney, Litz, Models of Crisis Management. Tehrani, Supporting Employees at Risk of Developing Secondary Trauma and Burnout. Part IV: Building Resilience and Growth. Bloom, Sanctuary: An Operating System for Living Organisations. Tehrani, A Building Resilience Toolbox. Murphy, Durkin, Joseph, Growth in Relationship: A Post-medicalised Vision for Positive Transformation Following Trauma. McNab, One Disaster After Another: Building Resilience in the Trauma Therapist and the Role of the Supervisor. Tehrani, Building Resilient Organisations in a Complex World. August 2010: 352pp. Hb: 978-0-415-55892-1: £60.00/$110.00 Pb: 978-0-415-55893-8: £19.99/$34.95 Published by Routledge

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Handbook of PTSD Science and Practice Edited by Matthew J. Friedman, Dartmouth Medical School, New Hampshire, USA, Terence M. Keane, Boston University School of Medicine, USA, and Patricia A. Resick, National Center for PTSD, VA Boston Healthcare System, USA Unparalleled in its breadth and depth, this state-of-the-art Handbook reviews the latest scientific advances in understanding trauma and PTSD, discusses the implications for clinical practice, and evaluates the status of evidence-based assessment and treatment. The foremost authorities in the field examine posttraumatic psychological reactions on multiple levels, from genes and neurocircuitry to gender and lifespan development. Contents: Part I: Historical Overview. Friedman, Resick, Keane, PTSD:

Twenty-five Years of Progress and Challenges. van der Kolk, The History of Trauma in Psychiatry. Monson, Friedman, La Bash, A Psychological History of PTSD. Part II: Scientific Foundations and Theoretical Perspectives. Cahill, Foa, Psychological Theories of PTSD. Norris, Slone, The Epidemiology of Trauma and PTSD. Vogt, D. King, L. King, Risk Pathways for PTSD: Making Sense of the Literature. Brewin, Remembering and Forgetting. DePrince, Freyd, Trauma-induced Dissociation. Neumeister, Henry, Krystal, Neurocircuitry and Neuroplasticity in PTSD. Southwick, Davis, Aikins, Rasmusson, Barron, Morgan III, Neurobiological Alterations Associated with PTSD. Segman, Shalev, Gelernter, Gene-environment Interactions: Twin Studies and Gene Research in the Context of PTSD. Kimerling, Ouimette, Weitlauf, Gender Issues in PTSD. Fairbank, Putnam, Harris, The Prevalence and Impact of Child Traumatic Stress. Cook, Niederehe, Trauma in Older Adults. Part III: Clinical Practice: Evidence-based State of the Art. Keane, Brief, Pratt, Miller, Assessment of PTSD and its Comorbidities in Adults. Litz, Maguen, Early Intervention for Trauma. Resick, Monson, Gutner, Psychosocial Treatments for PTSD. Saxe, MacDonald, Ellis, Psychosocial Approaches for Children with PTSD. Friedman, Davidson, Pharmacotherapy for PTSD. Schnurr, Green, Kaltman, Trauma Exposure and Physical Health. Osterman, de Jong, Cultural Issues and Trauma. Part IV: Uncharted Territory. Sparr, Pitman, PTSD and the Law. Welch, Rothbaum, Emerging Treatments for PTSD. Layne, Warren, Watson, Shalev, Risk, Vulnerability, Resistance, and Resilience: Toward an Integrative Conceptualization of Posttraumatic Adaptation. Watson, Gibson, Ruzek, Public Mental Health Interventions Following Disasters and Mass Violence. Friedman, Resick, Keane, Key Questions and an Agenda for Future Research. January 2011: 592pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-473-7: 2007: £50.00 Pb: 978-1-60918-174-1: £30.50 Published by Guilford Press

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“This book is a gem! It is comprehensive, covering both the science and art of cognitive-behavioral treatment for PTSD... A valuable resource for every clinician’s bookshelf.” - Barbara Olasov Rothbaum, Emory University School of Medicine, Georgia, USA

Grounded in current clinical and neurobiological research, this book provides both an understanding of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and a guide to empirically supported treatment. The author offers well-documented, practical recommendations for planning and implementing cognitive-behavioral therapy with people who have experienced different types of trauma and shows how to use a case formulation approach to tailor interventions to the needs of each patient.

“Foa et al. help clinicians figure out what kinds of interventions will be most helpful for a wide range of clients suffering from PTSD... Frankly, Foa and her colleagues are the best in the business!” - Marsha M. Linehan, University of Washington, USA

Developed under the auspices of the PTSD Treatment Guidelines Task Force of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, this tightly edited work is the definitive best-practice reference for practitioners caring for any trauma population. Leading clinical scientists thoroughly review the clinical and research literature on widely used therapeutic approaches. Succinct treatment guidelines are then presented that feature standardized ratings of the evidence for each approach. The second edition has been revised and expanded to incorporate important advances in the field, including a wealth of new data on child and adolescent therapies.

Contents: Part I: Conceptual and Empirical Foundations. Clinical Features of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Cognitive and Behavioral Features of PTSD: What the Research Tells Us. Cognitive-Behavioral Models. Neurobiology for the Cognitive-Behavioral Therapist. Treatments: A Review of the Research. Part II: Treatment Methods and Protocols. Assessment. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: An Overview. Developing a Case Formulation and Treatment Plan. Psychoeducation, Treatment Engagement, and Emotion Regulation Strategies. Cognitive Interventions I: General Considerations and Approaches. Cognitive Interventions II: Methods for Specific Types of Beliefs. Exposure Exercises I: Imaginal and Interoceptive Exposure. Exposure Exercises II: Situational Exposure. Adjunctive Methods and Relapse Prevention.

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and Diagnosis of PTSD. Weathers, Keane, Foa, Assessment and Diagnosis of Adults. Balaban, Assessment of Children. Part II: Early Interventions: Treatment of ASD and Prevention of Chronic PTSD. Bisson, McFarlane, Rose, Ruzek, Watson, Psychological Debriefing for Adults. Brymer, Steinberg, Vernberg, Layne, Watson, Jacobs, Ruzek, Pynoos, Acute Interventions for Children and Adolescents Exposed to Trauma. Litz, Bryant, Early Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions for Adults. Part III: Treatment Approaches for Chronic PTSD. Cahill, Rothbaum, Resick, Follette, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adults. Cohen, Mannarino, Deblinger, Berliner, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Children and Adolescents. Friedman, Davidson, Stein, Psychopharmacotherapy for Adults. Donnelly, Psychopharmacotherapy for Children and Adolescents. Spates, Koch, Cusack, Pagoto, Waller, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Shea, McDevitt-Murphy, Ready, Schnurr, Group Therapy. Jaycox, Stein, Amaya-Jackson, School-based Treatment for Children and Adolescents. Kudler, Krupnick, Blank, Jr., Herman, Horowitz, Psychodynamic Therapy for Adults. Lieberman, Ippen, Marans, Psychodynamic Therapy for Child Trauma. Glynn, Drebing, Penk, Psychosocial Rehabilitation. Cardeña, Maldonado, van der Hart, Spiegel, Hypnosis. Riggs, Monson, Glynn, Canterino, Couple and Family Therapy for Adults. Johnson, Lahad, Gray, Creative Therapies for Adults. Goodman, Chapman, Gantt, Creative Arts Therapies for Children. Najavits, Ryngala, Back, Bolton, Mueser, Brady, Treatment of PTSD and Comorbid Disorders. Part IV: Treatment Guidelines. Psychological Debriefing for Adults. Acute Interventions for Children and Adolescents. Early CognitiveBehavioral Interventions for Adults. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adults. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Children and Adolescents. Pharmacotherapy for Adults. Pharmacotherapy for Children and Adolescents. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Group Therapy. School-based Treatment for Children and Adolescents. Psychodynamic Therapy for Adults. Psychodynamic Therapy for Children. Psychosocial Rehabilitation. Hypnosis. Couple and Family Therapy for Adults. Creative Therapies for Adults. Creative Therapies for Children. Treatment of PTSD and Comorbid Disorders. Part V: Conclusion. Friedman, Cohen, Foa, Keane, Integration and Summary.

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for PTSD A Case Formulation Approach

Claudia Zayfert, Dartmouth Medical School, New Hampshire, USA, and Carolyn Black Becker, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, USA “Zayfert and Becker’s approach to CBT provides an excellent balance between structure and flexibility... I would recommend this book to any colleague or student involved in treating those who have suffered psychological trauma and its consequences.” - Nicholas Tarrier, University of Manchester, UK Presenting clear-cut strategies for working with traumatized patients who have multiple co-occurring disorders and life problems, this highly practical manual puts an array of proven cognitive-behavioral strategies at the clinician’s fingertips. 2008: 252pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-369-3: 2007: £21.95 Pb: 978-1-60623-031-2: £16.50

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Edited by Melanie P. Duckworth, and Victoria M. Follette, both at University of Nevada, Reno, USA Exposure to potentially traumatic events puts individuals at risk for developing a variety of psychological disorders. The editors of Retraumatization: Assessment, Treatment, and Prevention explore this concept and provide the most current information on the epidemiology, theory, and treatment issues related to multiple trauma experiences. Clearly organized, the text fulfills six goals: defining retraumatization, outlining the controversies related to it, providing an overview of theoretical models, presenting data related to the frequency of occurrence of different forms of trauma, detailing the most reliable strategies for assessment, and providing an overview of treatments. April 2011: 486pp. Hb: 978-0-415-87275-1: £53.00/$95.00 Pb: 978-0-415-87276-8: £27.95/$49.95 Published by Routledge

People in Crisis

Lee Ann Hoff, Life Crisis Institute, USA, Bonnie Joyce Hallisey, Curry College, Massachusetts, USA, and Miracle Hoff, Drake Counseling Services, North Dakota, USA The first edition of People in Crisis, published in 1978, established success as a comprehensive and user-friendly text for health and social service professionals. This revised edition includes new case examples and expanded coverage of cross-cultural content, including “commonalities and differences” in origins, manifestations, and crisis responses. The authors illustrate the application of crisis concepts, assessment, and intervention strategies across a wide range of health and mental health settings, as well as at home, school, workplace, and in the community. 2009: 480pp. Pb: 978-0-415-99075-2: £30.00/$49.95

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Creating Spiritual and Psychological Resilience

Third Edition Edited by Frank M. Dattilio, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts, USA, and Arthur Freeman, Governors State University, Illinois, USA Foreword by Aaron T. Beck “Dattilio and Freeman have included the most common themes in crisis intervention, describing techniques and strategies that are short term and time effective... Students and seasoned professionals alike will find practical and invaluable information within these pages.”

- Barbara Olasov Rothbaum, Emory University School of Medicine, Georgia, USA

This invaluable practitioner guide and widely adopted text shows how cognitive-behavioral interventions can help people weather situations of extreme stress and build needed skills for the future. Leading authorities describe effective, time-efficient approaches to managing different types of crises: those related to particular psychological problems, such as panic disorder, suicidal depression, and personality disorders; medical crises; child and family crises; and environmental and situational crises, including large-scale traumatic events. Vivid case material illustrates what the interventions look like in action and how to tailor them to individual clients’ needs. SELECTED Contents: Beck, Foreword. Dattilio, Freeman, Introduction. Part I: Psychological Crises. Part II: Medically Related Crises. Part III: Child and Family Crises. Part IV: Environmental and Situational Crises. Part V: General Issues in Crisis Work.

Integrating Care in Disaster Relief Work Edited by Grant H. Brenner, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, USA, Daniel H. Bush, chaplain, and educator, Jerusalem, Israel, and Joshua Moses, Director of Research, New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care, USA Creating Spiritual and Psychological Resilience explores the interface between spiritual and psychological care in the context of disaster recovery work, drawing upon recent disasters including but not limited to, the experiences of September 11, 2001. Each of the three sections that make up the book are structured around the cycle of disaster response and focus on the relevant phase of disaster recovery work. In each section, selected topics combining spiritual and mental health factors are examined; when possible, sections are co-written by a spiritual care provider and a mental health care provider with appropriate expertise. 2009: 264pp. Hb: 978-0-7890-3454-0: £32.99/$59.00 Pb: 978-0-7890-3455-7: £21.99/$39.00 Published by Routledge

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A Workbook for Healing Second Edition Dena Rosenbloom, in private practice, Connecticut, USA, and Mary Beth Williams, in private practice, Virginia, USA, with Barbara E. Watkins “This practical Workbook explains the impact of trauma and provides resources for coping. Survivors will benefit from the empathic tone and the personalized worksheets. Most important, this is a hopeful book that emphasizes that healing is possible, a muchneeded message.” - Christine A. Courtois, author of Healing the Incest Wound; in private practice, Washington, USA

Even when the worst has happened, it is possible to feel good again. This compassionate Workbook has already helped tens of thousands of trauma survivors start rebuilding their lives, with a focus on the posttrauma present. Full of practical strategies for coping and self-care, the book guides readers step-by-step toward reclaiming a basic sense of safety, self-worth, trust, and control, as well as the capacity to be close to others. Updated throughout, the second edition has a new section on managing emotions through mindfulness and an appendix on easing the stress of health care visits. Contents: Pearlman, Foreword to the Second Edition. Prologue. Before

Contents: Beck, Foreword. Freeman, Freeman, Moore, Introduction. Understanding the Service Member. Matthews, The Soldier’s Mind: Motivation, Mindset, and Attitude. Stivers, Sammons, Training for Battle: Preparing to be the Warrior and Savior. Reger, Moore, Challenges and Threats of Deployment. Kennedy, Malone, Integration of Women into the Modern Military. On Being a Service Member. Kelly, Vogt, Military Stress: Effects of Acute, Chronic, and Traumatic Stress on Mental and Physical Health. Freeman, Freeman, Vulnerability Factors: Raising and Lowering the Threshold for Response. Conoscenti, Vine, Papa, Litz, Scanning for Danger: Readjustment to the Non-combat Environment. Freeman, Freeman, Assessment and Evaluation: Collecting the Requisite Building Blocks for Treatment Planning. The Individual Service Member: Intervention. Freeman, Moore, Theoretical Base for Treatment of Military Personnel. Meichenbaum, Core Psychotherapeutic Tasks with Returning Soldiers: A Case Conceptualization Approach. Riggs, Treatment of Anxiety Disorders. Rudd, Campise, Depression and Suicide: A Diathesis-stress Model for Understanding and Treatment. Freeman, Hurst, Susbstance Use, Misuse, and Abuse: Impaired Problem Solving and Coping. Moore, Krakow, Characteristics, Effects, and Treatment of Sleep Disorders in Service Members. Moore, Hopewell, Grossman, After the Battle: Violence and the Warrior. Freeman, Lundt, Swanton, Moore, Myths and Realities of Pharmacotherapy in the Military. The Service Member’s Family and Community: Intervention. Mabe, War and Children Coping with Parental Deployment. Lyons, Intimate Relationships and the Military. Cohen, Goodman, Campbell, Carroll, Campagna, Military Children: The Sometimes Orphans of War. Penk, Ainspan, Community Response to Returning Military. Drescher, Burgoyne, Casas, Lovato, Curran, Pivar, Foy, Issues of Grief, Loss, Honor, and Rememberance: Spirituality and Work with Military Personnel and their Families. Peterson, Cigrang, Isler, Future Directions: Trauma, Resilience and Recovery Research.

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You Begin. After Trauma. Why You Feel Thrown for a Loop. Ways of Coping after the Trauma. Thinking Things Through. Feeling Safe; Being Safe. What Does it Mean to Trust? Regaining Control in Your Life. Valuing Yourself and Others. Feeling Close to Others. Epilogue. Healing for the Long Term. Appendices.

What Mental Health Professionals Need to Know Lynn K. Hall, Western New Mexico University, USA

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Living and Surviving in Harm’s Way A Psychological Treatment Handbook for Pre- and PostDeployment of Military Personnel

Edited by Sharon Morgillo Freeman, Indiana/ Purdue University, USA, Bret A. Moore, Indian Health Service in Poplar, Montana, USA, and Arthur Freeman, Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, USA In Living and Surviving in Harm’s Way, experts investigate the psychological impact of how warriors live and survive in combat duty. They address the combat preparation of servicemen and women, their support systems, and their interpersonal and intrapersonal experiences. The text maintains a focus on cognitive-behavioral interventions for treating various combat-related disorders, and addresses psychological health and adjustment after leaving the battlefield. The text is logically organized for easy reading and reference, and covers often overlooked topics such as preparation and training of service personnel, women in combat, and the indirect effects of combat stress on family.

Counseling Military Families

Counseling Military Families helps the practicing counselor understand how the military works, what issues are constants for the military family, and what stressors the military member and the family face. The book describes military life, including demographic information and examples of military family issues, before delving into specific chapters focused on problems unique to military personnel, spouses, and children. This book presents treatment models and targeted interventions tailored for use with military families, including those who may have an ingrained resistance to asking for help and who often are available for counseling for a relatively short period of time. Contents: Setting the Stage. Introduction: Rationale and Purpose. Military Service Members. The Military Family. The Unique Culture of the Military. The Military Family. The Children. Other Military Families to Consider. Working with Military Families. Major Challenges of Military Families. The Transition Journey. Effective Interventions. Military Family Case Studies. Resources.

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Working with Dissociative Identity Disorder Second Edition Edited by Valerie Sinason, Clinic for Dissociative Studies, UK This revised edition of Attachment, Trauma and Multiplicity investigates the still unaddressed and unexplored subject of Dissociative Identity Disorder. With brand new chapters on police work and attachment theory it has been fully updated to include new research and the latest understanding of patterns of attachment theory that lead to dissociation. With contributions from psychotherapists, psychiatrists, psychoanalysts and service users this book covers the background history and a description of the condition along with the issues of diagnoses and treatment. It also looks at: • the phenomenon of DID • the conflicting models of the human mind that have been found to try and understand DID • the political conflict over the subject including problems for the police • clinical accounts and personal writing of people with DID. Attachment, Trauma and Multiplicity, Second Edition will prove essential reading for therapists and mental health workers as well as being a valuable resource for graduates and researchers. Contents: Part I: Mapping the Territory: Childhood Aetiology, Abuse, Attachment Theory Research, Dissociation, Dissociative Identity Disorder. Sinason, Introduction. Fonagy, Multiple Voices versus Metacognition: An Attachment Theory Perspective. Steele, Multiplicity Revealed in the Adult Attachment Interview: When Integration and Coherence Means Death. Bentovim, Undoing the Effects of Complex Trauma – Creating a Lifespan Trauma Narrative with Children and Young People. Swartz, Dissociation and Spirit Possession in Non-Western Countries: Notes Towards a Common Research Agenda. Part II: Attachment Focus: Mainly Theory. Sachs, As Thick as Thieves, Or: The Ritual Abuse Family – An Attachment Perspective on a Forensic Relationship. Southgate, A Theoretical Framework for Understanding Multiplicity and Dissociation. Zulueta, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Dissociation: The Traumatic Stress Service in The Maudsley Hospital. Mollon, Dark Dimensions of Multiple Personality. Part III: Attachment Focus – Mainly Practice. Sinason, The Shoemaker and the Elves. Goodwin, Snow White and the Seven Diagnoses. Richardson, Will You Sit By Her Side? An Attachment-based Approach to Work with Dissociative Conditions. Whewell, Profound Desolation: The Working Alliance with Dissociative Patients in an NHS Setting. Part IV: Other Frames of Reference: Linguistic, Diagnostic, Forensic and Historic Issues. Galton, Dissociation Sounds More Scientific. Coleman, Dissociative Disorders: Recognition within Psychiatry and RAINS. Sinason, Interview with Detective Chief Inspector Clive Driscoll. Kahr, Multiple Personality Disorder and Schizophrenia: An Interview with Professor Flora Rheta Schreiber. Information for People With DID and Professionals Working With Them.

December 2010: 248pp. Hb: 978-0-415-49179-2: £60.00/$104.00 Pb: 978-0-415-49181-5: £22.99/$40.00 Published by Routledge

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DSM-V and Beyond Edited by Paul F. Dell, Trauma Recovery Center, Virginia, USA, and John A. O’Neil, McGill University, Montreal, Canada “This is the definitive source for information on dissociative topics. The editors have compiled a comprehensive resource that includes the most up-to-date information on theory, research, and clinical practice from the most authoritative experts in the field. Clinicians and academics alike will benefit from having this book on their shelves and will refer to it often.”

- Christine A. Courtois, Co-editor of Treating Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders and author of Recollections of Sexual Abuse and Healing the Incest Wound: Adult Survivors in Therapy

Dissociation and the Dissociative Disorders is a book that has no real predecessor in the dissociative disorders field. It reports the most recent scientific findings and conceptualizations about dissociation; defines and establishes the boundaries of current knowledge in the field; identifies and carefully articulates the field’s current points of confusion, gaps in knowledge, and conjectures; clarifies the different aspects and implications of dissociation; and sets forth a research agenda for the next decade. Selected Contents: Part I: Dissociation: An Overview. Part II: Developmental Approaches to Dissociation. Part III: Normal and Exceptional Dissociation. Part IV: Acute Dissociation. Part V: Chronic Dissociation. Part VI: Neurobiology of Dissociation. Part VII: The DSM-IV Dissociative Disorders. Part VIII: Dissociation in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Part IX: Dissociation in Borderline Personality Disorder and Substance Dependence. Part X: Dissociation and Psychosis. Part XI: Assessment and Measurement of Dissociation. Part XII: Treatment of Dissociation. Part XIII: Toward a Clarified Understanding of Dissociation.

2009: 898pp. Hb: 978-0-415-95785-4: £60.00/$95.00 Published by Routledge

The Therapist’s Notebook on Strengths and Solution-Based Therapies Homework, Handouts, and Activities

Bob Bertolino, and Michael Kiener, both at Maryville University, Missouri, USA, and Ryan Patterson, licensed clinical social worker, and director of clinical services, Youth in Need, Inc., Missouri, USA The Therapist’s Notebook on Strengths and Solution-Based Therapies offers multiple pathways for those in helping relationships to employ strengths and solution-based (SSB) principles and practices as a vehicle for promoting positive change with individuals, couples, and families. The 100 exercises in this book are based on a series of core principles that are not only central to solution-based therapies; they have been demonstrated through research as essential to successful outcome. Readers will learn about processes and practices that are

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tr auma and stress supported by research and are collaborative, competency-based, culturally sensitive, client-driven, outcome-informed, and changeoriented. The text is categorized into seven parts, each formatted similarly to ensure easy accessibility. Practitioners will find their therapy enhanced, with a greater ability to improve their clients’ well-being, relationships, and social roles. 2009: 200pp. Pb: 978-0-415-99415-6: £27.95/$49.95 Published by Routledge

The Past in the Present Therapy Enactments and the Return of Trauma Edited by David Mann, NHS Trust, Kent, UK, and Valerie Cunningham, in private practice, Tunbridge Wells, UK The Past in the Present brings together, for the first time, contemporary ideas from both the psychoanalytic and humanistic therapy traditions, looking at how trauma and enactments affect therapeutic practice.

Enactments are often experienced as a crisis in therapy and are understood as symbolic interactions between the client and therapist, where personal issues of both parties become unconsciously entwined. This is arguably especially true if the client has undergone some form of trauma. This trauma becomes enacted in the therapy and becomes a turning point that significantly influences the course of therapy, sometimes with creative or even destructive effect.

Cross-Cultural Perspectives for Health and Social Services Lee Ann Hoff, Life Crisis Institute, USA Health and social service providers are in pivotal positions to provide preventive and restorative services to those affected by violent and abusive behaviour. This comprehensive textbook presents theoretical background and practical strategies for doing so, providing a solid knowledge base for good practice in this area. It emphasizes the interdisciplinary aspects of violence and victim/survivor care and addresses violence over the lifespan. This text is an essential resource for qualified practitioners wanting to learn more about this area and for students starting out in health and social care. Each chapter includes case studies and thinking points, and suggestions for application in practice settings. 2009: 244pp. Hb: 978-0-415-46571-7: £75.00/$135.00 Pb: 978-0-415-46572-4: £21.99/$39.95 Published by Routledge

Using a wealth of clinical material throughout, the contributors show how therapists from different therapeutic orientations are thinking about and working with enactments in therapy, how trauma enactment can affect the therapeutic relationship and how both therapist and client can use it to positive effect. 2008: 216pp. Hb: 978-0-415-43369-3: £60.00/$110.00 Pb: 978-0-415-43370-9: £19.99/$37.50 Published by Routledge

Trauma and Serious Mental Illness Edited by Steven N. Gold, Center for Psychological Studies, Nova Southeastern University, Florida, USA, and Jon D. Elhai, University of South Dakota, USA

For decades, the idea that serious mental illnesses (SMIs) are almost exclusively biologically-based and must be treated pharmacologically has been commonplace in psychology literature. As a result, many mental health professionals have stopped listening to their clients, categorizing their symptoms as manifestations of neurologicallybased disturbed thinking. Trauma and Serious Mental Illness is the groundbreaking series of works that challenge this standard view and provides a comprehensive introduction to the emerging perspective of SMIs as trauma-based.

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Moving On After Childhood Sexual Abuse Understanding the Effects and Preparing for Therapy Jonathan Willows, Sussex Partnership NHS Trust, UK

This self-help guide allows those who have experienced childhood sexual abuse to consider the impact that it has had on their adult lives from a new perspective, helping them to understand the effects, and prepare for therapy. Based on known reactions to physical and emotional trauma, the book explains how a broad range of difficulties in adulthood can result from sexual abuse in childhood. The reader is invited to think about how psychological therapy can be particularly helpful in reducing these difficulties and promoting change. Ground rules for therapy are provided, as well as guidance on how to get the most from the therapy process. Moving On After Childhood Sexual Abuse provides a clear explanation of the developmental effects of childhood sexual abuse as well as the role of psychological therapy. This book will therefore assist the reader in making informed decisions about seeking treatment and setting personal goals for therapy, as well as appreciating the demands involved in the process of change. 2008: 200pp. Hb: 978-0-415-42482-0: £52.50/$95.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42483-7: £13.50/$24.95 Published by Routledge

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therapists, offer a detailed, theory-based treatment model supported by an array of pragmatic strategies and therapeutic suggestions.”

Cognitive Therapy with Children and Young People

Grounded in theory and research on complex childhood trauma, this book provides an accessible, flexible, and comprehensive framework for intervention with children and adolescents and their caregivers. It is packed with practical clinical tools that are applicable in a range of settings, from outpatient treatment centers to residential programs. The authors show how to plan and organize individualized interventions that promote resilience, strengthen child-caregiver relationships, and restore developmental competencies derailed by chronic, multiple stressors.

Patrick Smith, Sean Perrin, William Yule, and David M. Clark, all at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College, London, UK Post Traumatic Stress Disorder provides the therapist with instructions on how Cognitive Therapy models can be used with children and young people to combat the disorder. The authors provide case studies and practical tips, as well as examples of self-report measures and handouts for young people and their parents which will help the practitioner to prepare for working with this difficult client group. 2009: 224pp. Hb: 978-0-415-39163-4: £55.00/$95.00 Pb: 978-0-415-39164-1: £19.99/$34.95

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Treating Traumatized Children Risk, Resilience and Recovery Edited by Danny Brom, and Ruth Pat-Horenczyk, both at the Israel Center for the Treatment of Psychotrauma, Israel, and Julian D. Ford, University of Connecticut, USA

While recent years have seen a vast increase in the literature on adult trauma, interest in childhood trauma has only recently started to gain momentum, encouraging new research and evidence-based interventions. Here the editors have brought together an international list of contributors to look at both innovative and established treatments of trauma in a range of contexts. 2008: 304pp. Hb: 978-0-415-42636-7: £65.00/$120.00 Pb: 978-0-415-47150-3: £25.95/$47.50

Contents: Introduction. Part I: Overview. The Developmental Impact of Trauma. Child Development, the Human Danger Response, and Adaptation: A Three-part Model for Understanding Child Behaviors. The Attachment, Self-regulation, and Competency (ARC) Treatment Framework. Part II: Attachment. Caregiver Management of Affect. Attunement. Consistent Caregiver Response. Building Routines and Rituals. Beyond Attachment: The Role of the Caregiving System in Building and Supporting Regulation and Competency. Part III: Self-regulation. Affect Identification. Modulation. Affect Expression. Part IV: Competency. Strengthening Executive Functions. Self-development and Identity. Part V: Integration. Trauma Experience Integration. A Postscript. Appendix A: Provider Materials. Appendix B: Caregiver Educational Materials and Worksheets. Appendix C: Group Activities. Appendix D: Youth Educational Handouts and Worksheets. Appendix E: Milieusystems Materials. Additional Resources.

May 2010: 372pp. Pb: 978-1-60623-625-3: £27.00 Published by Guilford Press

Collaborative Treatment of Traumatized Children and Teens The Trauma Systems Therapy Approach

Glenn N. Saxe, and B. Heidi Ellis, both at the Boston Medical Center and Boston University School of Medicine, Boston University, USA, and Julie B. Kaplow, New Jersey Medical School, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, USA “Outstanding... Provides, for the first time, an integrative model of mental health care for children and adolescents exposed to traumatic life events, abuse, and community violence.” - Terence M. Keane, National Center for

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Treating Traumatic Stress in Children and Adolescents How to Foster Resilience through Attachment, SelfRegulation, and Competency Margaret E. Blaustein, and Kristine M. Kinniburgh, both at The Trauma Center at Justice Resource Institute, Massachusetts, USA

For too many traumatized children and their families, chronic stressors such as poverty, substance abuse, and family or community violence – coupled with an overburdened care system – pose seemingly insurmountable barriers to treatment. This empowering book provides a user-friendly blueprint for making the most of limited resources to help those considered the ‘toughest cases.’ Evidence-based strategies are presented for effectively integrating individualized treatment with services at the home, school, and community levels. 2009: 338pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-315-0: 2006: £27.00 Pb: 978-1-60623-349-8: £18.00 Published by Guilford Press

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Edited by Cathy A. Malchiodi, Lesley University, Massachusetts, USA “I would recommend this well researched and well informed book to therapists working in schools with children of displaced, disenfranchised survivors of war and disaster and those working with families around the world who are struggling to make sense of their traumatising experiences.” - Kate Rothwell, Child and Adolescent Mental Health

Rich with case material and artwork samples, this volume demonstrates a range of creative approaches for facilitating children’s emotional reparation and recovery from trauma. 2008: 332pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-615-1: £25.95 Published by Guilford Press

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Working with Children to Heal Interpersonal Trauma The Power of Play Edited by Eliana Gil, Virginia Tech University, Virginia, USA “This volume offers a wealth of information about the effective use of play-based interventions that honor children’s self-healing strategies... this is a valuable resource for beginning and experienced therapists.” - Charles E. Schaefer, Fairleigh Dickinson University, New Jersey, USA

Featuring in-depth case presentations from master clinicians, this volume highlights the remarkable capacity of traumatized children to guide their own healing process. The book describes what posttraumatic play looks like and how it can foster resilience and coping. Demonstrated are applications of play, art, and other expressive therapies with children who have faced such overwhelming experiences as sexual abuse or chronic neglect.

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Protecting Children from Violence Evidence-Based Interventions Edited by James Michael Lampinen, University of Arkansas, USA, and Kathy Sexton-Radek, Elmhurst College, Illinois, USA Providing an evidence-based understanding of the causes and consequences of violence against children, experts in the field examine the best practices used to help protect children from violence. Various types of violence are reviewed including physical and sexual abuse, (cyber-)bullying, human trafficking, online predators and abductions. April 2010: 392pp. Hb: 978-1-84872-840-0: £49.95/$75.00 Pb: 978-1-84872-841-7: £22.50/$34.95 Published by Psychology Press

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Progressive Counting Within a Phase Model of Trauma-Informed Treatment Ricky Greenwald, Trauma Institute/Child Trauma Institute, Massachusetts, USA Clinicians are always looking for an intervention that may be more effective, more efficient, better tolerated by clients, or easier to master. Progressive counting is a significant advance in trauma treatment: a study comparing progressive counting to eye movement desensitization and reprocessing found progressive counting to be as efficient as EMDR and as well tolerated by clients. Moreover, progressive counting is much simpler to learn and to do properly and is preferred over EMDR by most therapists trained in both. Now that progressive counting has been proven effective and efficient in controlled research, this book is here to show you how to do it. May 2011: 304pp. Pb: 978-0-415-88743-4: £28.99/$44.95 Published by Routledge

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Contents: Part I: The Extent of the Problem and its impact. Gil, Introduction. Shaw, A Review of Current Research on the Incidence and Prevalence of Interpersonal Childhood Trauma. Ludy-Dobson, Perry, The Role of Healthy Relational Interactions in Buffering the Impact of Childhood Trauma. Gil, Children’s Self-initiated Gradual Exposure: The Wonders of Post-Traumatic Play and Behavioral Reenactments. Part II: Clinical Responses. Gil, Silent Grieving in a World without Words: A Child Witnesses His Brother’s Murder. Jalazo, The Owner of a Broken Heart: The Cumulative Trauma of Surgery and Sexual Abuse. Pastore, A Hero’s Journey: A Boy Who Lost His Parents and Found Himself. Goldin, A Tornado Disrupts the Wedding, to the Relief of the Unwilling Bride: A Girl’s Quest for Healing after Sexual Abuse. Heiko, Finding the Treasure Within: Spontaneous Storytelling and the Sandplay Journey of an Emotionally Despairing Girl. Crenshaw, “Stitches Are Stronger Than Glue”: A Child Directs the Healing of Her Shattered Heart. Green, Manny’s Story: A Soul Ascending. Sobol, “I Am an Artist”: A Sexually Traumatized Girl’s Self-portraits in Paint and Clay. Drewes, The Gift of Time: Helping to Heal through Long-term Treatment Involving Complex Trauma and Cultural Issues. Gil, “This Mommy Has No Milk!”: A Neglected Child’s Adaptation to Loss and Hunger. Simms, Play and the Transformation of Feeling: Niki’s Case.

Ricky Greenwald, Trauma Institute/Child Trauma Institute, Massachusetts, USA The book is designed as a user-friendly textbook/manual for mental health professionals. It teaches a trauma-informed treatment approach as an organizing framework for a series of empirically supported interventions including motivational interviewing, cognitivebehavioral skills training, trauma resolution, and relapse prevention. Although it notes the importance of a systemic treatment approach, the focus is on the individual component of treatment.

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Helping Bereaved Children

Repairing the Effects of Stress and Trauma on Early Attachment

A Handbook for Practitioners Third Edition Edited by Nancy Boyd Webb, Fordham University, New York and Westchester County, New York, USA

Alicia F. Lieberman, and Patricia Van Horn, both at the University of California, USA This eloquent book describes an empirically supported treatment that engages parents as the most powerful agents of their young children’s healthy development. Child-parent psychotherapy promotes the child’s emotional health and builds the parent’s capacity to nurture and protect, particularly when stress and trauma have disrupted the quality of the parent-child relationship. 2008: 366pp. Hb: 978-1-59385-675-5: £27.00 Published by Guilford Press

Psychoanalytic, Attachment and Neuropsychological Contributions to ParentInfant Psychotherapy Edited by Tessa Baradon, Anna Freud Centre, London, UK “For all those trying to address serious difficulties in early parent-infant relationships, this book will be an invaluable and timely resource. It is a work of impressive contemporary scholarship and brings a wealth of clinical experience and authority to this vitally important arena.” - Peter Toolan, The Maudsley Perinatal Psychotherapy Service, London, UK

This book presents an interdisciplinary discussion between researchers and clinicians about trauma in the relationship between infants and their parents. It makes an innovative contribution to the field of infant mental health in bringing together previously separated paradigms of relational trauma from psychoanalysis, attachment and the neurosciences. Contents: Mayes, Introduction. Baradon, Preface. Pretorius, Research into Genetic and Environmental Contributors to the Intergenerational Transmission of Disorganised Attachment Relationships. Schore, Relational Trauma and the Developing Right Brain: The Neurobiology of Broken Attachment Bonds. Woodhead, Trauma in the Crucible of the Parent-Infant Relationship: The Baby’s Experience. Joyce, Infantile Psychosomatic Integrity and Maternal Trauma. Jones, The Traumatic Sequalae of Pathological Defensive Processes in Parent-Infant Relationships. James, Newbury, Infants, Relational Trauma and Homelessness: Therapeutic Possibilities Through a Hostel Baby Clinic Group and its Research Evaluations. Tomas, Chakraborty, Babies Behind Bars: Working with Relational Trauma in Prison. Dalley, Containment of Trauma – Working in the Community. Baradon, Discussion: And What About Fathers? Sleed, Fonagy, Understanding Disruptions in the Parent-Infant Relationship: Are Words Enough? Baradon, Bronfman, Contributions and Divergences between Clinical Work and Research Tools Relating to Trauma and Disorganisation. Broughton, Measuring the Parent-Infant Relationship. Steele, Steele, Murphy, The Adult Attachment Interview and Relational Trauma: Implications for Parent-Infant Psychotherapy. Baradon, Epilogue: ‘Ghosts and Angels in the Nursery’ – Windows of Opportunity and Remaining Vulnerability.

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This acclaimed work presents a range of counseling and therapy approaches for children who have experienced loss. Practitioners and students are given practical strategies for helping preschoolers through adolescents cope with different forms of bereavement, including death in the family, school, or community. Grounded in the latest research on child therapy, bereavement, trauma, and child development, the volume clearly explains the principles that guide interventions. Contents: Part I: Introduction. Webb, The Child and Death. Webb,

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