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Traumatic Stress free pdf This four-volume collection provides access to key papers which have formed our present-day understanding of the effects of extreme trauma. Traumatic stress is an important and diverse area of research and practice that crosses disciplines including psychology, psychiatry, and cognitive behavioural psychotherapy. The literature on the topic which has emerged over the last 50 years spans a large number of fields and journals. This major work performs the services of bringing together these disparate but vital strands of research into a single publication. Edited and introduced by esteemed Editor, Michael J. Scott, the literature is arranged into four thematic volumes, designed to guide the reader through key developments in the field and provide them with a comprehensive overview. Volume One: Introduction, History, Context Volume Two: Approaches to The Treatment of Trauma Related Disorders Volume Three: The Management of Secondary Traumatisation and Comorbidity Volume Four: Translating Evidence Based Treatment to Routine Practise

About Michael J. Scott

Michael J Scott is a Consultant Psychologist specialising in the assessment and treatment of trauma and practising in Liverpool. This is his ninth text book and his books have included the Simply Effective CBT series and a self-help book for trauma victims and their friends and family, Moving On After Trauma. He taught CBT for 15 years at the University of Manchester and was External Examiner for the MSc in Cognitive and Behaviuoural Psychotherapies at the University of Chester. He is currently External Examiner at the Sheffield Hallam University.

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Author : Michael J. Scott
Publisher : SAGE Publications Ltd
Data Published : 18 November 2014
ISBN : 1446295761
EAN : 9781446295762
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 1424 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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