Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: A Complete Treatment Guide

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New Harbinger Publications, Jan 1, 1994 - Post-traumatic stress disorder. - 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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About the author (1994)

Aphrodite Matasakis is the clinical coordinator at the Veteran's Outreach Center in Silver Springs, Maryland. Matasakis' works, such as "I Can't Get Over It," often explain how to deal with the stresses and traumas of the past.

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