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Book: Trauma Practice: Tools for Stabilization & Recovery

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Our newest book, Trauma Practice? now in its 3rd edition, is back by popular demand, an essential reference and tool-kit for treating trauma survivors – now updated and even more comprehensive.

We invite you to discover:

  • How to Utilize the Tri-Phasic Trauma Treatment Model.
  • Step-by-step explanations of many popular and effective CBT techniques
  • Addresses the cognitive, behavioral, body-oriented, and emotional/relational aftermath of trauma using impactful care approaches
  • Interventions include: Trigger List Development, 3-6 Breath Training, Layering, Systematic Desensitization, Exposure Therapy, Story-Telling Approaches, as well as new approaches inspired by recent research on neuroplasticity such as Picture Positive, Corrective Messages from Old Storyline, and Thematic Map.
  • Guide for both seasoned trauma therapists and newer mental health professionals seeking practical approaches that work.

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Praise for the Book

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

Trauma Practice: 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