After reading a very positive review in Publisher's Weekly, I had high expectations for a groundbreaking book.
I have used Belleruth Naparstek's guided imagery tapes since 1994 but it was this book which put the process into perspective so I could understand and further heal.
Not only do I feel understood, and validated through the reading of this book, but I truly feel there is hope for healing.
Incredibly informative, interesting, and easy to read. Written for therapists as well as trauma survivors themselves. Great book!Published 4 days ago by nc
Very useful clear information. I use this with clients frequentlyPublished 3 months ago by Connie M. Gould
The author presents the latest research on how trauma affects the brain and why guided imagery works in an understandable and compassionate manner.Published 6 months ago by JRCD
I listened to the audiobook first, then read the book. Both formats seemed very accessible to me. As a survivor of trauma, and one who has worked with trauma survivors for many... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mary Lee Moser
I found this book to be helpful for both men and woman alike. Being able to see how others were seeing themselves and working through the problem helps one to understand why they... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Janeen P.
Was six months into therapy when this book was recommended. I use guided imagery/mindfulness and some EMDR. I have PTSD and suddenly began in my 50's to dissociate. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Susan