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on August 22, 2014
I am not a practitioner, but a well-educated, research-oriented consumer. This is a really thorough and comprehensive series of reviews of current treatment practices in the trauma field. Each chapter is a stand-alone review on a particular focus, and chapters are grouped together when they concern similar treatment modalities. It's quite a bit to wade through in a sitting, but if the reader were not interested in all types and areas of treatment, he/she could read just the chapters of interest. The summaries are generally quite good, with good background material, and lots of references for the ambitious to find more to read on the topic. I appreciated that they summarize research in the field, and acknowledge when good research studies are lacking. I'm sure a practitioner would take a great deal more out of this book, but even non-practitioners with an interest in the material will benefit from this excellent book. Overall, it is well written and interesting to read.
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on September 5, 2016
This is an excellent summary of current thinking about Complex PTSD edited by experts in the field, after they had interviewed hundreds of Complex PTSD clients and their therapists. I was sold when they started by stating that the relationship between therapist and client is more important than any technique used. Everybody who works with Complex PTSD survivors should read this book.
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on September 7, 2017
Arrive on time and in tact.
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on October 12, 2015
An excellent book on a very important and timely issue.
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on August 29, 2016
I haven't started this class yet, but I look forward to it with the help of this book.
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on August 19, 2016
The book was in perfect condition-thank you
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on November 11, 2016
Very helpful for class!
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on October 9, 2015
Very through on the topic, but for professionals. A little heard to read for the lay person.
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on June 24, 2015
This is an excellent book for a college student or anyone with a sincere interest in understanding and/or treating the results of childhood abuse, neglect and trauma. This book was recommended, but not required, for a trauma treatment class that I am taking. I am very glad that I purchased it. It provides a look into the mind and thinking patterns of the repeatedly traumatized child and the very real results of that traumatization in adults and how it impacts daily life.
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on May 24, 2011
Is complex PTSD real? Of course! No matter what DSM5 says, patients cPTSD and other complex traumatic stress disorders need our help! This book, as its title proclaims, is a guide for clinicians and covers most evidence-based interventions
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