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Healing the Trauma of Domestic Violence A Workbook for Women

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ISBN-10: 1572243694

ISBN-13: 9781572243699

Edition: 2004

Authors: Mari A. McCaig, Janet R. Laconsay, Edward S. Kubany, Edward S. Kubany, A. Mccraig

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Domestic violence experts offer a post-tramatic stress disorder treatment approach to help abused women overcome the trauma they have endured and regain control of their lives.
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Book details

List price: $25.95
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: New Harbinger Publications
Publication date: 8/15/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 216
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Edward S. Kubany, PhD, was employed for fourteen years as a research clinical psychologist with the Department of Veterans Affairs, National Center for PTSD, in Honolulu, Hawaii. Since 1990, he has specialized in the assessment and treatment of PTSD in his research and clinical practice. Kubany has more than twenty-five peer-reviewed publications, was principle investigator or co-principal investigator on four federal grants, and is first author of a self-help book for battered women, Healing the Trauma of Domestic Violence.

What Is PTSD and Do You Have It?
Self-Advocacy: An Overview and Initial Self-Assessment
Is Anger Worth the Hangover? Strategies for Letting Go
Feel Better by Changing the Way You Talk to Yourself
The Power of Nonnegative Thinking
Managing Stress by Controlling Muscle Tension
Why PTSD Persists and a Path to Your Recovery
Overcoming the Attitude That You're Overwhelmed or Have No Power
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Guilt but Were Afraid to Ask
How to Get Rid of Your Guilt
"Supposed to" Beliefs That Lead Women to Stay or Go Back
Assertiveness, Aggressiveness, and How to Take the High Road
Managing Contacts with Former Partners
Overcoming Fear by Exposure to Harmless Reminders
How to Identify Potential Perpetrators
Self-Advocacy Review: How Have You Changed?