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Trauma is described in DSM-V as "Psychological distress following exposure to a traumatic or stressful event is quite variable. In some cases, symptoms can be well understood within an anxiety- or fear-based context. It is clear, however, that many individuals who have been exposed to a traumatic or stressful event exhibit a phenotype in which, rather than anxiety- or fear-based symptoms, the most prominent clinical characteristics are anhedonic and dysphoric symptoms, externalizing angry and aggressive symptoms, or dissociative symptoms."

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Trauma

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SENSORIMOTOR PSYCHOTHERAPY

Interventions for Trauma and Attachment

Pat Ogden and Janina Fisher

832 pages (approx. 450 testable pages)

15 CE credits

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INTERGENERATIONAL CYCLES OF TRAUMA AND VIOLENCE

An Attachment and Family Systems Perspective

Pamela C. Alexander

223 pages

8 CE credits

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EMOTIONALLY FOCUSED COUPLES THERAPY WITH TRAUMA SURVIVORS

Strengthening Attachment Bonds

Susan Johnson, Ph.D

228 pages

7 CE credits

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TREATING ADDICTIONS WITH EMDR THERAPY AND THE STAGES OF CHANGE

Nancy Abel, LCSW and John O'Brien, Ph.D

358 pages

9 CE credits

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SELF-AGENCY IN PSYCHOTHERAPY

Attachment, Attunement, and Intimacy

Jean Knox, Ph.D

256 pages

9 CE credits

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HEALING THE TRAUMATIZED SELF

Counsiciousness, Neuroscience, Treatment

Paul Frewen, Ph.D and Ruth Lanius, MD, Ph.D

370 pages

12 CE credits

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EMDR AND THE ART OF PSYCHOTHERAPY WITH CHILDREN

Infants to Adolescents Treatment Manual, 2nd Edition

Robbie Adler-Tapia, Ph.D, and Carolyn Settle, LCSW

148 pages

5 CE credits

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RESTORING RESILIENCE

Discovering Your Client's Capacity for Healing

Eileen Russell, Ph.D

318 pages

11 CE credits

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ADDICTIONS AND TRAUMA RECOVERY

Healing the Body, Mind and Spirit

Laurie Guidry and Dusty Miller

240 pages

6 CE credits

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DOES STRESS DAMAGE THE BRAIN?

Understanding Trauma-Related Disorders from a Mind-Body Perspective

J. Douglas Bremner

313 pages

10 CE credits

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EYE MOVEMENT DESENSITIZATION AND REPROCESSING, 2nd Edition

Basic Principles, Protocols, and Procedures

Francine Shapiro

386 pages

15 CE credits

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MINDFULNESS AND PSYCHOTHERAPY, 2ND EDITION

Christopher K. Germer, Ronald D. Siegel, & Paul R. Fulton (editors)

277 pages (text)

11 CE credits

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THE MYTH OF REPRESSED MEMORY

Elizabeth Loftus and Katherine Ketcham

290 pages

10 CE credits

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OVERCOMING THE TRAUMA OF YOUR MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT

A Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment Program

Edward J. Hickling & Edward B. Blanchard

86 pages

3 CE credits

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SHOCKS TO THE SYSTEM

Psychotherapy of Traumatic Disability Syndromes

Laurence Miller

286 pages

10 CE credits

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STRATEGIC INTERVENTIONS FOR PEOPLE IN CRISIS, TRAUMA, AND DISASTER

Revised Edition

Diane Sullivan Everstine, Ph.D. and Louis Everstine, Ph.D.

328 pages

11 CE credits

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TRAUMA AND RECOVERY

Judith Lewis Herman

236 pages

8 CE credits

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TREATING PTSD

Cognitive-Behavioral Strategies

David W. Foy (Ed.)

172 pages

8 CE credits