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Christine A. Courtois, PhD, is a psychologist in private practice in Washington, DC. She is cofounder and past Clinical and Training Director of The Center: Posttraumatic Disorders Program at the Psychiatric Institute of Washington, and past Codirector of the Maryland Psychological Association’s Post-Doctoral Institute on Psychological Trauma. Dr. Courtois has authored three books, including Healing the Incest Wound, as well as numerous articles and book chapters. Among her most recent awards are the Outstanding Contributions to Professional Practice Award from Division 56 (Psychological Trauma) of the American Psychological Association and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation. Dr. Courtois routinely conducts professional training locally, nationally, and internationally on topics related to traumatic stress.
Julian D. Ford, PhD, is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine and Director of the University of Connecticut Health Center Child Trauma Clinic and Center for Trauma Response Recovery and Preparedness. He has developed the Trauma Affect Regulation: Guide for Education and Therapy (TARGET) treatment model for adult, adolescent, and child traumatic stress disorders, and conducts research on psychotherapy and family therapy, health services utilization, psychometric screening and assessment, and psychiatric epidemiology. Dr. Ford has coedited two other recent books, Treating Traumatized Children: Risk, Resilience, and Recovery and The Encyclopedia of Psychological Trauma.
Table of Contents
|Defining and Understanding Complex Trauma and Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders||p. 13|
|Neurobiological and Developmental Research: Clinical Implications||p. 31|
|Best Practices in Psychotherapy for Children and Adolescents||p. 59|
|Best Practices in Psychotherapy for Adults||p. 82|
|Assessment of the Sequelae of Complex Trauma: Evidence-Based Measures||p. 104|
|Assessment of Attachment and Abuse History, and Adult Attachment Style||p. 124|
|Treating Dissociation||p. 145|
|Cultural Competence||p. 166|
|Therapeutic Alliance and Risk Management||p. 183|
|Living and Working Self-Reflectively to Address Vicarious Trauma||p. 202|
|Individual Treatment Approaches and Strategies||p. 225|
|Contextual Therapy||p. 227|
|Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy||p. 243|
|Contextual Behavior Trauma Therapy||p. 264|
|Experiential and Emotion-Focused Therapy||p. 286|
|Sensorimotor Psychotherapy||p. 312|
|Systemic Treatment Approaches And Strategies||p. 351|
|Internal Family Systems Therapy||p. 353|
|Couple Therapy||p. 371|
|Family Systems Therapy||p. 391|
|Group Therapy||p. 415|
|Conclusion: The Clinical Utility of a Complex Traumatic Stress Disorders Framework||p. 441|
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