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A Counsellors Guide to Working With Trauma

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ISBN 978-1838373702. 978-1838373702

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Any traumatic event, in which a person’s life, or integrated sense of self is threatened, can cause a post traumatic stress reaction. After such an incident, individuals may continue to think about what has happened continually, so that it takes up valuable thinking time. It is as if the mind has been temporarily taken over, with no headspace for normal daily function. Often, the aftermath of traumatic events of any kind are far reaching and can go right to the very core of an individual’s existence.

These books are written not only as reference books for general counselling and support services, but can also be used in association with corresponding CPD (Continuing Professional Development) courses, which can be found at www.traumatraining.uk

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Working with Three Levels of Trauma is especially useful for those who are new to working within certain fields of trauma focused counselling, talking therapies, and support work with health professionals in general.

For those who wish to learn new information of simply to update, refresh or to complete CPD (continuing professional development). The Guide Book series is a set of six unique reference books. Each book in the series is a useful tool, written to assist and support therapists, counsellors and mental health practitioners with different areas of work.

This book is divided into three levels, basic, intermediate and advanced levels. They introduce factual, lived experiences within a range of complexities that regularly surround various types of traumatic incident and the changing processes to work towards post traumatic growth. They illustrate current processes and treatments for working with clients such as; EMDR (Eye movement desensitisation reprocessing), BSP (Brain spotting), Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and the VKD (Visual, Kinaesthetic Dissociation) otherwise known as the Rewind Technique.

Any traumatic event, in which a person’s life, or integrated sense of self is threatened, can cause a post traumatic stress reaction. After such an incident, individuals may continue to think about what has happened continually, so that it takes up valuable thinking time. It is as if the mind has been temporarily taken over, with no headspace for normal daily function. Often, the aftermath of traumatic events of any kind are far reaching and can go right to the very core of an individual’s existence.

These books are written not only as reference books for general counselling and support services, but can also be used in association with corresponding CPD (Continuing Professional Development) courses, which can be found at www.traumatraining.uk

For information on any of the self-help resources provided, please contact us at:

[email protected]
https://traumaresourcesshop.co.uk

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Weight 0.36 kg
Dimensions 22.9 × 15.2 × 1.2 cm