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Posttraumatic stress responses can take many forms. In this webinar, we will use case studies to illustrate the clinical phenomenology associated with three types of responses: 1) classic posttraumatic stress...  Read More
Recorded Webinar
Mary-Anne discusses the findings from her meta-analysis of over thirty thousand college students, in-depth interviews with 13 in-patients with a severe Dissociative Disorder (DD), and questionnaires completed by 313 participants...  Read More
Recorded Webinar
Pathological dissociation is a severe, debilitating and transdiagnostic psychiatric symptom. This presentation aims to inform on biomarkers of pathological dissociation in a transdiagnostic manner in support of the precision medicine...  Read More
Recorded Webinar
This text describes behavior change through the demonstration of behavioral skills targeting identified skill deficits that contribute to and sustain suicidal crises. In Brief Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (BCBT), the clinician teaches...  Read More
Book
This course is part 3 of 3 courses based on the book entitled Process Not Perfection, Expressive Arts Solutions for Trauma Recovery by Jamie Marich, Ph.D. This valuable, accessible, and...  Read More
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This course is part 2 of 3 courses based on the book entitled Process Not Perfection, Expressive Arts Solutions for Trauma Recovery by Jamie Marich, Ph.D. This valuable, accessible, and...  Read More
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This course is part 1 of 3 courses based on the book entitled Process Not Perfection, Expressive Arts Solutions for Trauma Recovery by Jamie Marich, Ph.D. This valuable, accessible, and...  Read More
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In The Good Death, Ann Neumann charts the social, political, religious, and medical landscape to explore how we die in America today. Neumann weaves personal accounts with a historical exploration...  Read More
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The Body Remembers Volume 2 is grounded in the belief that the most important goal for any trauma treatment is to improve the quality of life for the client. To...  Read More
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This book provides a well-organized presentation of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, Version 5 with a focus on changes from the previous version. As noted by the authors, this reference...  Read More
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It has been established that attachment relationships, most notably between parents and children, include somatosensory communication via mirror neurons. This phenomenon, which can also manifest in the therapeutic relationship, is...  Read More
Recorded Webinar
This document provides an overview of the importance, the effectiveness, and the evaluation of treatment programs with empirical evidence for treatment of youth with suicidal/self-harming behaviors This course is based...  Read More
Reading-Based Online
The Boston Suicide Study Group presents a theoretical and clinical approach to treatment of suicidal patients, often considered among the most challenging patient groups. While fundamentally a psychodynamic treatment grounded...  Read More
Reading-Based Online
No empirically proven treatments are currently available for individuals with antisocial personality disorder (ASPD). The authors describe the potential benefits of teaching patients mentalization – the ability to recognize and...  Read More
Reading-Based Online
This book provides groundbreaking answers to the most important questions about addiction. Dr. Judson Brewer reveals how we can tap into the very processes that encourage addictive behaviors in order...  Read More
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Both traumatic brain injury (TBI) and psychological disorders (PTSD, depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, suicidal ideation, and substance use) are common in Veterans and service members. This study sought to clarify...  Read More
Reading-Based Online
The coronavirus pandemic has been challenging for everyone, and the restrictions have created a need for improved teletherapy approaches for children. Using a Time Limited Mentalization-Based Approach for Children and...  Read More
Reading-Based Online
Mentalization-based therapy (MBT) is increasingly being considered as a treatment for people with borderline personality disorder (BPD), and a systematic review was required to investigate its effectiveness. MBT was found...  Read More
Reading-Based Online
This course is research oriented and some of the material is dense. Effects of cyberbullying include a range of internalizing and externalizing problems for those involved. Research sometimes ignores social-ecological...  Read More
Reading-Based Online
This book provides the reader with an overview of the various types of events or circumstances that are experienced as trauma, many of which can lead to the development of...  Read More
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