This resource dives into communication challenges in relationships in which one or both parties involved have suffered a trauma. It discusses three different types of improper communication that can stem in relationships as a result of trauma, and how to best foster communication within intimate relationships.
Stephen Joseph gives the reader six steps to help manage our emotions and navigate adversity. These steps can help individuals find new meaning and purpose in their lives. In What Doesn’t Kill Us, Joseph challenges people to look at the positive in difficult situations. To purchase this book, click on the link below: https://www.amazon.com/What-Doesnt-Kill-overcoming-adversity/dp/0749952407
This book by Gordon Turnbull discusses the history and treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Turnbull tells stories of some of the people he has treated over the years and how he was able to help them rebuild their lives. Purchase this interesting book by clicking on the link below: https://www.amazon.com/Trauma-Lockerbie-Affects-Minds-Fight/dp/0552158399
John Marzillier tells first hand accounts of how trauma affects people at the time and after the incident. He discusses stories of physical attacks, road accidents, and more and is able to give the reader practical advice. Since these stories are coming from real trauma victims, the reader is getting an honest view point. To purchase this book click on the link … Read More
Gordon Turnbull reviews “the facts and the emotional reactions” related to hostage situations in this article for the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. Turnbull discusses the physical and psychological effects of being tortured, solitary and group confinement, and the process of debriefing prisoners-of-war and hostages. Read more of this interesting article below:
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) wrote an article called “Tips for Talking With and Helping Children and Youth Cope After a Disaster or Traumatic Event”. They detail possible reactions, how to support children’s recovery, how to talk to kids of different ages after the trauma, and the importance of families and teachers working together. Read more below: … Read More
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