Treatment Manual for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

by Dea Coschignano PhD


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Softcover
$8.99

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/6/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 74
ISBN : 9781982259488

About the Book

The Treatment Manual for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder provides and in-depth understanding of trauma and how to recover from it from a provider who has worked with all types of traumas and has the skills to impart to victims and other providers working with victims. It covers what soldiers go through after returning home from deployments, the help for domestic violence and sexual abuse victims. How to sooth your body and mind after grave injuries. Self-care techniques, how to be resilient, honoring your uniqueness. The book also provides sources of inspiration to help heal the wounded soul and information on the newest research regarding healing the brain. Here are all the treatment techniques to help you get over PTSD from combat to car accidents.


About the Author

Dr. Dea Coschignano has worked as a licensed psychologist in Colorado and Hawaii. She earned her Ph.D. in Psychology in 2000 and has specialized in treating trauma -- all kinds of trauma, from soldiers who were deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan to those injured in car accidents, as well as victims of sexual abuse and assault. She uses EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) a very effective trauma treatment as well as teaching coping skills such as DBT and Meditation. She is aware of the current research in the field including Neuropsychological research on the benefits of meditation for the brain. Her book provides the basics in trauma treatment for providers and patients as well. She worked in Fort Carson with active duty Army soldiers for 3 years and in the outer islands of Hawaii for 6 years doing social security disability assessments. You will find her entertaining and enlightening about surviving trauma and having a new life as you recover or help your clients to recover.