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Sexual Trauma: A Challenge Not Insanity Dr. K. Elan Jung’s Sexual Trauma: A Challenge Not Insanity is a strong reference, written for a wide audience including physicians, therapists, victims and the general layperson.  Dr. Jung is a practicing psychiatrist who has treated patients for more than forty years.  With years of ...

The Boy from Bothell: Bipolar Vietnam Veteran Gene Olson’s The Boy from Bothell: Bipolar Vietnam Veteran gives a memoir of his life, his difficulties with bipolar disorder and his fight for sanity.  As Olson notes, bipolar disorder was first described at the time of Hippocrates and is currently one of the most ...

Life After Trauma: A Workbook for Healing The second edition of Life After Trauma: A Workbook for Healing adopts a different perspective than most self-help books currently in circulation. The book’s fundamental points are those of basic human nature that allow the reader to cope with everyday struggles:  the human need ...

Gentling: A Practical Guide to Treating PTSD in Abused Children William E. Krill, Jr.’s book Gentling: a Practical Guide to Treating PTSD in Abused Children is a must-read for anyone who works with children.  To say that it is a good idea to be gentle with children who are experiencing PTSD may sound ...

The Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Relationship The RAND Corporation estimated that, as of October 2007, 300,000 service members returning from foreign battlefields were suffering from post traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.  Current estimates indicate that somewhere around one in five combat vets will experience the disorder. Add in the survivors of ...

Conquering Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is one of the most difficult conditions for anyone to bear. Many who encounter life-threatening events or situations that threaten physical or emotional safety become burdened by a variety of intense symptoms, including intrusive memories, flashbacks and nightmares. People with PTSD ...

101 Solution-Focused Questions Series Set 101 Solution-Focused Questions Series SetThe buzz of the emergency department whirls around us as I pull my chair closer to the middle-aged woman sitting on the gurney. I know she was brought here by her concerned husband, who told the triage nurse she just has not been herself. Her ...

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