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Principles and Techniques of Trauma-Centered Psychotherapy

Books from same Author: David Read Johnson and Hadar Lubin

Books from same Publisher: American Psychiatric Association Publishing

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    Author(s)David Read Johnson and Hadar Lubin
    PublisherAmerican Psychiatric Association Publishing
    ISBN9781585625147
    Pages357
    BindingPaperback
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearMay 2015

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    American Psychiatric Association Publishing Principles and Techniques of Trauma-Centered Psychotherapy by David Read Johnson and Hadar Lubin

    Principles and Techniques of Trauma-Centered Psychotherapy integrates cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and humanistic methods of trauma treatment into a psychotherapeutic context. Rather than presenting a unique form of intervention or technique, the authors present methods that have been used successfully, some of which are supported by evidence-based research and some by broad clinical experience. This is not a general text, then, but one focused on building competence and confidence in trauma-centered interventions, providing methods that should be readily and widely applicable to clinical practice. The authors recognize that asking a client about the details of a traumatic event is an intimate act that calls upon the therapist to be both compassionate and dispassionate in the service of the client's well-being. Accordingly, the book functions as a guide, instructing and supporting the clinician through this demanding and necessary work. The book has many useful features: The book stresses technique, not theory, and is appropriate for clinice