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Counseling for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Third Edition, maps out how to therapeutically treat sufferers of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) using a cognitive behavioral approach to treatment. Fusing the biological and psychological effects of trauma, the authors present practical strategies for use in counseling. Covering the full spectrum of post-traumatic states, the book provides a clear and detailed account of how these states can be recognized and includes chapters on post-traumatic responses; criteria for diagnosis; assessment; and the cognitive behavioral model for treatment.
Development and Course of PTSD
Conceptualising PTSD - The Maladaptive Interplay of Two Levels of Memory
The Cognitive Profile of Post-Traumatic Responses
The Cognitive-Contextual Approach
PTSD and Sub-Syndromal PTSD Case Examples
Beyond PTSD Case Examples