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Book
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Publisher, Date:
New York : Viking, c2014.
Description:
xvi, 445 pages : illustrations
Summary:
An expert on traumatic stress outlines an approach to healing, explaining how traumatic stress affects brain processes and how to use innovative treatments to reactivate the mind's abilities to trust, engage others, and experience pleasure. --From publisher description.
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Notes:
Includes bibliographical references (pages [369]-423) and index.
A Beyond the Yellow Ribbon Committee suggestion.
Contents:
Lessons from Vietnam veterans -- Revolutions in understanding mind and brain -- Looking into the brain : the neuroscience revolution -- Running for your life : the anatomy of survival -- Body-brain connections -- Losing your body, losing your self -- Getting on the same wavelength : attachment and attunement -- Trapped in relationships : the cost of abuse and neglect -- What's love got to do with it? -- Developmental trauma : the hidden epidemic -- Uncovering secrets : the problem of traumatic memory -- The unbearable heaviness of remembering -- Healing from trauma : owning your self -- Language : miracle and tyranny -- Letting go of the past: EMDR -- Learning to inhabit your body : yoga -- Putting the pieces together : self-leadership -- Filling in the holes : creating structures -- Rewiring the brain : neurofeedback -- Finding your voice : communal rhythms and theater -- Epilogue : trauma and society.
LCCN:
2014021365
ISBN:
9780143127741 (paperback)
9780670785933 (hardcover)
9780143127741 (paperback)
0143127748
Other Number:
861478952
System Availability:
5
Current Holds:
9
Control Number:
547366
  
Call Number:
616.85212 V282b
Course Reserves:
0
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0
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