Facilitating Posttraumatic Growth: A Clinician's Guide [NOOK Book]

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In this book, Calhoun and Tedeschi construct the first systematic framework for clinical efforts to enhance the processes they sum up as posttraumatic growth.

Posttraumatic growth is the phenomenon of positive change through struggle with even the most horrible sets of circumstances. People who experience it tend to describe three general types of change: realistically stronger feelings of vulnerability that are nonetheless accompanied by ...
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Facilitating Posttraumatic Growth: A Clinician's Guide

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Overview

In this book, Calhoun and Tedeschi construct the first systematic framework for clinical efforts to enhance the processes they sum up as posttraumatic growth.

Posttraumatic growth is the phenomenon of positive change through struggle with even the most horrible sets of circumstances. People who experience it tend to describe three general types of change: realistically stronger feelings of vulnerability that are nonetheless accompanied by stronger feelings of personal resilience, closer and deeper relationships with others, and a stronger sense of spirituality.

Posttraumatic growth has only recently become an important focus of interest for researchers and practitioners. Drawing on a burgeoning professional literature as well as on their own extensive clinical experience, the authors present strategies for helping clients effect all three types of positive change--strategies that have been tested in a variety of groups facing a variety of crises and traumas. Their concise yet comprehensive practical guide will be welcomed by all those who counsel persons grappling with the worst life has to offer.
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Calhoun and Tedeschi, both professors of psychology at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and both practicing clinical psychologists, construct a systematic framework for clinical efforts to enhance the processes they sum up as posttraumatic growth. They describe stages of the phenomenon of positive change through struggle with terrible circumstances, and present strategies for helping clients through this process. Includes many case examples and transcripts from sessions. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781135688608
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 7/1/1999
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 184
  • File size: 368 KB

Table of Contents

Preface
1 Trauma and Growth: Processes and Outcomes 1
2 Case Examples of Posttraumatic Growth 24
3 The Process of Encouraging Posttraumatic Growth: An Overview 52
4 Helping Clients Develop New Views of Vulnerability and Strength 75
5 Helping Clients Make Changes in Relationships 91
6 Helping Clients Toward Philosophical and Spiritual Growth 104
7 Posttraumatic Growth: Issues for Clinicians 125
8 Resources for Clinicians and Clients 142
References 151
Author Index 159
Subject Index 164
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