Through the writings of a journalist and four therapists, Reading Course R136 examines how therapists can help people who, every day of their lives, witness the worst that human beings can see.
Here's What Reading Course R136, Experiencing Trauma and War, Covers:
- Step-by-step guides to effective interventions for Iraq war vets.
- The details of Journalist Cecilia Capuzzi Simon's journey into the brutality of the Iraq War and whether all our techniques aren’t missing something when it comes to helping traumatized vets cross the vast chasm dividing war from peace, soldier from citizen.
- How James Gordon, a psychiatrist who’s worked in Bosnia, Kosovo, and Israel, lead a mental-healthcare team into war-ravaged Gaza to introduce mind-body healing approaches.
- How EMDR can be used to help troubled war vets emerge from the nightmare of battlefield experience.
- The challenges of helping traumatized Iraq vets and their wives salvage troubled marriages.
2 CE Credits • $29
R136 Experiencing Trauma and War Course Readings
Bringing the War Home: The Challenge of Helping Iraq War Vets by Cecilia Capuzzi Simon
Creating a Culture of Healing: Recovering from Trauma in War-Ravaged Gaza by James Gordon
Like a Ghost: Using EMDR to Revive a Traumatized Vet’s Marriage by Nancy Errebo
Suddenly Strangers: Iraq War Vets, and the Challenge of Relationship by Don Ferguson