Recovering from Workplace PTSD Audiobook Companion Guide: A Recovering Guide for Mental Health Professionals and PTSD Survivors

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Kevin William Grant, Aug 9, 2019 - Self-Help - 115 pages

This volume is the companion guide for the "Recovering From Workplace PTSD Audiobook" (available in September 2019) and supplements the audiobook with additional context and detail.

The "Recovering from Workplace PTSD Audiobook" paired with this "Companion Guide" will unpack contemporary workplace realities, educate you about PTSD, and help you build your personalized recovery plan for transformation and recovery.

The core purposes of this recovery program are to:

(1) Validate your current situation.

(2) Identify your realities.

(3) Understand workplace PTSD.

(4) Build your recovery team and developing your action plan.

(5) Grieve, mourn, and let go.

(6) Maintain your recovery.


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Understanding Workplace Realities
Workplace Bullying Harassment and Discrimination
Identifying Your Realities
What is PTSD? Complex PTSD CPTSD Mental Health Issues Related to PTSD The Brain and PTSD
Building Your Action Plan
Grieving Mourning Letting Go
Audiobook Final Thoughts
Audiobook References

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About the author (2019)

Kevin William Grant applies an action-oriented approach to business, trauma recovery, counselling, and life coaching. Kevin's primary goal is to help individuals take decisive and transformational steps so they can create positive, healthy, balanced, and rewarding lives. In his work as a professional counsellor, he applies cognitive, narrative, solution-focused, and trauma-informed therapies. His life coaching perspective originates from collaborating with clients as a professional certified coach (International Coaching Federation). Kevin's workplace mental health perspective evolved from real-world experience in product and innovation management in Big Tech (Microsoft, Mozilla), banking (TD Bank), telecom (Bell Canada), and digital media (The Globe and Mail).

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