Post-traumatic stress disorder: a complete treatment guide

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New Harbinger Publications, Aug 1, 1994 - Psychology - 345 pages
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Includes techniques for managing flashbacks, anxiety attacks, nightmares insomnia, and dissociation; working through deeper layers of pain; handling survivor guilt, secondary wounding, low self-esteem, victim thinking, anger, and depression.

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This book has been my life safer over the many years of suffering ptsd. It is the best reference book I've purchased and well worth the money I spend. I read when I'm having a bad moment in my life ... Read full review

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Overview ofPTSD
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Clinical Diagnosis of PTSD
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Aphrodite Matsakis, Ph.D., is an expert in the field of post-traumatic stress disorder recovery and has written many books on the subject, including the best-sellers I Can't Get Over It and Trust After Trauma. She currently resides in Wheaton, MD, where she treats victims of PTSD in her private therapy practice.

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