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Little Book of Trauma Healing When Violence Strikes and Community Security Is Threatened

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ISBN-10: 1561485071

ISBN-13: 9781561485079

Edition: 2005

Authors: Carolyn P. Yoder, Carolyn Yoder

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Book details

List price: $5.99
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing Company, Incorporated
Publication date: 11/1/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 90
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.286
Language: English

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Trauma as a call to change and transformation
About this book
Defining Trauma: The Causes and Types
Ongoing and structurally-induced trauma
Societal or collective trauma
Historical trauma transferred through generations
Secondary trauma
Participation-induced trauma
In summary
Common Responses to Traumatic Events
Trauma affects us physiologically
Trauma shatters meaning
Trauma creates needs
Ongoing trauma
Large-group trauma
Continuing the Cycles: Unhealed Trauma
Limitations of defining unhealed trauma through a PTSD frame
Reenactment and trigger events
Impaired functioning
Incomplete grieving
The enemy/aggressor cycle
Good-vs.-evil narratives
Redemptive-violence narratives
The role of leaders
The cycles across generations
Breaking the Cycles: The Journey to Healing and Security
Background to the model
Safety
Breaking free
The role of leaders
Acknowledgment
Mourning, grieving our own story, and naming fears
Recognizing that "the other" has a story
Reconnection
Recognizing interdependence, taking risks
Choosing the path to forgiving
Seeking justice
Possibility of reconciliation
What If? 9-11 and Breaking the Cycles
How Then Shall We Live?
Recognize ourselves as leaders
Challenge our own faith communities to live up to the highest ideals
Prevent trauma by learning to wage peace
Work at both the personal and the communal/structural levels
Be informed
Remember that we are not alone
Key Elements in Breaking the Cycle
Endnotes
Selected Readings
About the Author