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Managing Traumatic Stress Through Art: Drawing from the Center Paperback – July 4, 1995
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"This beautifully written guidebook for victims of trauma is a remarkable achievement in the effort to empower the survivor....and the authors are exquisitely sensitive to the needs of their audience for safety and structure. This will be useful to survivors, therapists, and counselors in all areas of traumatic stress." --David Read Johnson, Ph.D., Director, Outpatient Services, National Center for PTSD, VA Medical Center, West Haven, CT
"I am wildly enthusiastic about this book. I think it's one of the best things I've ever seen for survivors....It provides survivors with a realistic and hopeful process, utilizing art, that guides them from honoring the past to releasing emotions safely to building an array of healthy coping strategies to a sense of empowerment and hope." --Eliana Gil, Ph.D., Director, Center for Advanced Clinical Development, Springfield, VA
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This book is published by the Sidran Foundation, a national nonprofit organization devoted to advocacy, education, and research in support of people with traumatic stress conditions. To learn more about the Sidran Foundation and our work, please visit our website at http://www.sidran.org.
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to use on their own along with having some kind of professional clinical support. I admire the authors for their very careful
and considered organization of the exercises. It is clear that they have a great deal of collective experience which they
artfully and empathically bring to these pages. The idea that NO ART TALENT is needed to make art is perhaps the core of
this work and if the user can accept that then the art they produce will be releasing for them emotionally and they will
face the messages that they deliver to themselves via their process. GOING THROUGH (not around or past) grief, loss and trauma is what might bring
personal peace and the ability to gain PURPOSE in life again (perhaps not hope) or a MISSION that moves you forward.
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