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Post-Trauma Responses and CBT - An OverviewPART ONE: POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDERA DSM V-based CBT Model of PTSDAssessment and EngagementNon-trauma-focused CBTTrauma-focused CBTGroup TreatmentDual Treatment of PTSD with Commonly Associated DisordersPART TWO: PRINCIPAL DISORDERS OTHER THAN PTSDSub-syndromal PTSD and PhobiasProlonged Duress Stress DisorderChronic Adjustment DisorderPART THREE: SPECIAL POPULATIONSWorking with Traumatised ChildrenWorking with Traumatised Clients with a Severe /mental IllnessPART FOUR: SECONDARY TRAUMATISATIONThe CBT Treatment of Pain and DisabilityThe CBT Treatment of Head InjuryThe CBT Treatment of Disfigurement
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.
I feel that this book is essential for all CBT practitioners and trainees working with traumatised clients. The author demonstrates how CBT works for real-world trauma clients. The excellent use of case studies makes this both accessible and readable and I value the clinically useful advice that the author gives for applying CBT to treat PTSD. -- Adrian Pepper In terms of conceptualising the problem, the author is authoritative and thorough. There are questionnaires for assessing various types of condition as well as guided self-help material. I suspect many private practitioners will find this volume useful as a reference point, not least because of the information it provides about understanding and assessing trauma. My professional understanding was enriched by this book and it left me with new ideas for working with clients. -- James Rye * Private Practice * 'This book can be thoroughly recommended to those working with victims of trauma. Therapists will benefit enormously from the author's wide experience of the many varieties of trauma response and the conditions that frequently accompany them' - Chris Brewin, Professor of Clinical Psychology, University College London