Part I: Foundations Chapter 1: The Whole Person Approach to Integrated Care Ilene Serlin, Stanley Krippner, and Kirwan Rockefeller Chapter 2: Research Methodologies to Assess Trauma Treatments Batya Rotter, PhD, EdM, clinical psychologist at Clalit Medical Services in Jerusalem, Israel Frederick J. Wertz, PhD, professor of Psychology at Fordham University Part II: Interventions for Individuals Chapter 3: The 7-Step Integrative Healing Model Ani Kalayjian, founder and president of the Association for Trauma Outreach & Prevention, Meaningfulworld, and UN consultant Chapter 4: Creative Arts Therapy with Children Judy Kuriansky, PhD, is an internationally known psychologist, humanitarian first responder, and award-winning journalist. At the United Nations, she is the main NGO representative of the International Association of Applied Psychology and the World Council for Psychotherapy, and chair of the Psychology Coalition of NGOs accredited at the UN. Chapter 5: Dance Movement Therapy Sevin Seda Guney, RDMT, ADMP, U-registered dance movement psychotherapist, trained in London, and currently based in Istanbul. Chapter 6: Animal-Assisted Interventions Suzanne R. Engelman, PhD, BCB, FT, licensed health and clinical psychologist with a private practice in Laguna Niguel, CA Chapter 7: The Therapeutic Spiral Model Kate Hudgins, PhD, TEP, nationally board-certified trainer, educator, and practitioner in psychodrama, sociometry, and group psychotherapy. For the past 25 years, Dr. Hudgins has offered trainings in TSM in many countries, including Australia, New Zealand, Mainland China, Taiwan, South Korea, Northern Ireland, Israel and Palestine, Turkey, Germany, Portugal, and South Africa. Sylvia Israel, LMFTTEP, RDT/BCT, founding member of the Bay Area Moreno Institute, Founder/past-Director of Bay Area Playback Theatre, and private practice in Marin County and San Francisco, working with individuals, couples, and groups. Chapter 8: Time-Focused Psychotherapy Rosemary Sword is a Time Perspective Therapist in private practice in Maui, Hawaii. Part III: Interventions for Communities Chapter 9: Community Work to Prevent and Treat Trauma Judith Yovel Recanati, PhD, founder, The Gandyr Foundation Chapter 10: Culturally-informed Refugee Therapy Domnine Lecoq, licensed clinical psychologist, Transcultural Center in Stavanger, Norway Aina Basilier Vaage M.D. is a psychiatrist and a child psychiatrist at the Transcultural Center, Norway Chapter 11: Communal Application of Trauma Healing Approaches Steve S. Olweean, MA, founding director of Common Bond Institute, founding president of the International Humanistic Psychology Association, and past president of the Association for Humanistic Psychology Chapter 12: Training as Therapy for Displaced People Ayat Nashwan, PhD, assistant professor at Yarmouk University in Irbid, Jordan Part IV: Future of Integrative Care for the Traumatized Chapter 13: Caregiver Satisfaction and Regeneration Eleanor Pardess, MA, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and trauma specialist in Tel-Aviv, Israel. Chapter 14: Integrative Care of the Whole Person: Conclusion and Recommendations Ilene Serlin, Stanley Krippner, and Kirwan Rockefeller
Ilene A. Serlin, Ph.D, BC-DMT is a licensed psychologist and registered dance/movement therapist in practice in San Francisco and Marin county. She is the past president of the San Francisco Psychological Association, a fellow of the American Psychological Association, past-president of the Division of Humanistic Psychology. Serlin is Associated Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies, has taught at Saybrook University, Lesley University, UCLA, the NY Gestalt Institute and the C.G. Jung Institute in Zurich. She is the editor of Whole Person Healthcare (2007, 3 vol., Praeger), over 100 chapters and articles on body, art and psychotherapy, and is on the editorial boards of PsycCritiques, the American Dance Therapy Journal, the Journal of Humanistic Psychology, Arts & Health: An International Journal of Research, Policy and Practice, Journal of Applied Arts and Health, and The Humanistic Psychologist. She is a recipient of the 2019 California Psychological Association Distinguished Humanitarian Contribution award. Stanley Krippner received his Ph.D. in Special Education from Northwestern University. A pioneer in the study of consciousness, he has conducted research in the areas of dreams, hypnosis, shamanism, and dissociation, often from a cross-cultural perspective with an emphasis on anomalous phenomena that seem to question mainstream paradigms. Kirwan Rockefeller, PhD, adjunct faculty, Saybrook University teaches in both the College of Integrative Medicine and Health Sciences, and College of Social Sciences. He is the co-editor of Spirituality and Healthcare, volume 2 of the three-volume, Whole Person Healthcare (2007) and is the author of Visualize Confidence: How to Use Guided Imagery to Overcome Self-Doubt (2007).
Integrated Care for the Traumatized addresses important current
issues related to trauma in various populations, including the
impact of war on refugees, soldiers, and children. This book is a
significant contribution to the field of trauma and healing, and is
important to our understanding of how populations are impacted by
trauma and which modalities are most effective for treatment. A
very moving and meaningful work. -- Carolyn Shoshana, Sonoma State
This text offers a refreshing approach to sharing the voices and experiences of school counselors working with today's diverse children and adolescents. Each case study is grounded in a theoretical orientation that drives the reader to consider the purpose behind the interventions and strategies applied in a real-world setting. This must-read book provides the reader, especially school counselors-in-training, with the opportunity to bridge theory and practice and can foster rich and lively discussions at any stage of a counselor's professional growth and development. -- Elizabeth Villares, Florida Atlantic University
Integrated Care for the Traumatized: A Whole Person Approach is an innovative text that covers a range of individual and communal interventions using a variety of modalities. A very wise, well-written, and descriptive book that discusses the need for collaboration between providers and agencies. I highly recommend this book. -- Christine A. Courtois, retired licensed psychologist, independent pratice, Washington, D.C.