Foreword Acknowledgments Introduction: Trauma Practice: Tools for Stabilization and Recovery Section 1: Foundations of the Trauma Practice Model 1: Behavioral Therapy 2. Cognitive Therapy 3. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy 4. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Research 5. Psychophysiology of Trauma 6. Tri-Phasic Model 7. Necessary Ingredients - Treatment Codes (R, RE, CR) 8. Body, Cognition, Behavior, and Emotion/ Relation 9. Posttrauma Response 10. Treatment Resistance or Failure Section 2: Safety and Stabilization 1. What Is Safety? 2. Body 3. Cognition 4. Behavior 5. Emotion/Relation Section 3: Working Through Trauma 1. Body 2. Cognition 3. Behavior 4. Emotion/Relation Section 4: Reconnection 1. Body 2. Cognition 3. Behavior 4. Emotion/Relation Section 5: Integrative & Clinician Self-Care Models 1. Forward-Facing Trauma Therapy 2. Compassion Fatigue Resiliency: A New Attitude References Appendices Appendix 1: Self-Regulation Appendix 2: Training Opportunities
Anna B. Baranowsky, PhD, CPsych is a registered clinical psychologist and the founder and director of Traumatology Institute (Canada). She was instrumental in developing training materials for the Traumatology Institute Training Curriculum (TITC). Dr. Baranowsky served on the Board of Directors of the Academy of Traumatology's Commission on Certification and Accreditation. She has been recognized by the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress with diplomate status and is a board-certified expert in traumatic stress. She has been trained in many cutting-edge trauma treatments now being recognized as highly effective in resolving the emotional aftermath of exposure to trauma and works with a wide range of trauma survivors from airplane crash survivors to victims of violence as well as first responders at trauma scenes. J. Eric Gentry, PhD, LMHC is an internationally recognized leader in the study and treatment of traumatic stress and compassion fatigue. He is the vice president and founding board member of the International Association of Trauma Professionals and a diplomate and board-certified through the Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress. He is in his 32nd year as a professional caregiver/clinician and maintains a private psychotherapy practice in Sarasota, FL. He has trained tens of thousands of international caregiving professionals through Compassion Unlimited, his private training/consulting practice, and through his tenure as associate director of the original Traumatology Institute at FSU, and as co-director of the International Traumatology Institute at the University of South Florida.
"This important book both addresses what we know today at a theoretical level and, equally importantly, explains clinical methods in the context of treatment. The authors offer a comprehensive guide for clinicians working with the traumatized. The guidance is detailed. This book presents clear instructions to traumatologists, even the most experienced [and] is also an excellent resource for trainers, teachers, and educators of trauma practitioners." From the Foreword by Charles R. Figley, PhD, Florida State University Traumatology Institute, Tallahassee, FL Still the best book on trauma therapy in print. It remains a reader friendly clinician's guide to working with traumatic stress. The authors provide solid research along with practical interventions. This book is a must for your trauma bookshelf. Dr. Michael Dubi, President of the International Association of Trauma Professionals Required reading! In this third edition, Baranowsky and Gentry have once again given practitioners a toolbox full of useful clinical skills. Robert T. Muller, PhD, Professor, York University, Toronto, ON, Canada; Author of Trauma and the Avoidant Client; Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation "THIS IS HOW TO PRESENT A 'HOW TO' GUIDEBOOK. Readers will be grateful for the help available in this book, which can be immediately used in the clinical setting." Louis W. Tinnin, MD, Founder and Medical Director of the Trauma Recovery Institute, Morgantown, WV