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Trauma is Really Strange

Author : Steve Haines
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What is trauma? How does it change the way our brains work? And how can we overcome it? When something traumatic happens to us, we dissociate and our bodies shut down their normal processes. This unique comic explains the strange nature of trauma and how it confuses the brain and affects the body. With wonderful artwork, cat and mouse metaphors, essential scientific facts, and a healthy dose of wit, the narrator reveals how trauma resolution involves changing the body's physiology and describes techniques that can achieve this, including Trauma Releasing Exercises that allow the body to shake away tension, safely releasing deep muscular patterns of stress and trauma.

Anxiety is Really Strange

Author : Steve Haines
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What is the difference between fear and excitement and how can you tell them apart? How do the mind and body make emotions? When can anxiety be good? This science-based graphic book addresses these questions and more, revealing just how strange anxiety is, but also how to unravel its mysteries and relieve its effects. Understanding how anxiety is created by our nervous system trying to protect us, and how our fight-or-flight mechanisms can get stuck, can significantly lessen the fear experienced during anxiety attacks. In this guide, anxiety is explained in an easy-to-understand, engaging graphic format with tips and strategies to relieve its symptoms, and change the mind's habits for a more positive outlook.

Pain is Really Strange

Author : Steve Haines
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Answering questions such as 'how can I change my pain experience?', 'what is pain?', and 'how do nerves work?', this short research-based graphic book reveals just how strange pain is and explains how understanding it is often the key to relieving its effects. Studies show that understanding how pain is created and maintained by the nervous system can significantly lessen the pain you experience. The narrator in this original, gently humorous book explains pain in an easy-to-understand, engaging graphic format and reveals how to change the mind's habits to transform pain.

Forgiveness is Really Strange

Author : Masi Noor
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What is forgiveness? What enables people to forgive? Why do we even choose to forgive those who have harmed us? What can the latest psychological research tell us about the nature of forgiveness, its benefits and risks? This imaginative comic explores the key aspects of forgiveness, asking what it means to forgive and to be forgiven. Witty and intelligent, it answers questions about the health benefits and restorative potential of forgiveness and explains, in easy-to-understand terms, what happens in our brains, bodies and communities when we choose to forgive.

Touch Is Really Strange

Author : Steve Haines
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Our initial experience of life and existence is tactile and spatial at its core. In Touch is Really Strange, Steve Haines takes readers on a fascinating exploration of touch - a complex and fundamental human experience. He explores the science behind how touch makes us feel real and connected, and how it is essential to the development of consciousness and to perception.

Compassionate Mindful Inquiry in Therapeutic Practice

Author : Karen Atkinson
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Practical and informative, this hands-on manual clearly depicts the relationship between mindfulness and compassion, demonstrating how one supports the other. The book offers a fresh perspective on mindfulness that resonates with a human approach and helps practitioners to validate their work by giving a sense of grounding and direction, and providing a safe, appropriate and transformative process in which to conduct inquiry. Including chapters on the meaning of Compassionate Mindful Inquiry and the Model of Inquiry, Atkinson facilitates transformational change and offers guidance for those incorporating mindfulness teaching into their own professional practice.

Addressing Adversity

Author : Marc Bush
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An edited collection of papers published by YoungMinds and funded by Health Education England. With 1 in 3 adult mental health conditions related directly to adverse childhood experiences, it is vital that we understand the impact that adversity and trauma can have on the mental health and wellbeing of young people, and how we can strengthen resilience and support recovery. Addressing Adversity presents evidence, insight, direction and case studies for commissioners, providers and practitioners in order to stimulate further growth in adversity and trauma-informed care, and spark innovation and good practice across England. Section 1: Understanding adversity, trauma and resilience includes evidence and analysis of the impact that adverse childhood experiences and trauma have on children and young people’s mental health and wider outcomes across the lifecourse. Section 2: Addressing childhood adversity and trauma includes insights from the NHS in England, organisations and clinicians working with children and young people who have experienced forms of adversity and trauma. Section 3: Emerging good practice includes insight, case studies and working examples of adversity and trauma-informed service models being developed across England. The collection ends with an agenda for change, calling on all Directors of Public Health, commissioners and providers to make adversity and trauma-informed care a priority in their locality.

Cranial Intelligence

Author : Ged Sumner
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At the deepest level of our physiology, all living tissues and fluids expand and contract with the 'breath of life'. Through gentle touch, the skilled practitioner can interact with these subtle rhythms to address physical aches and pains, acute or chronic disease, emotional or psychological disturbances, or simply to promote enduring health and vitality. This new and important textbook demystifies the biodynamic approach to craniosacral therapy and shows how and why it can be so effective at bringing about a natural realignment towards optimal health. The authors describe how to 'listen' and respond appropriately to each client's system, how to create a safe space for working with different kinds of trauma, and how to address specific states of imbalance to support deep-felt and lasting change. Throughout the book, experiential exercises encourage the reader to practice their newly-acquired skills, and refine their knowledge of human anatomy and physiology. A final chapter on practice development covers issues pertinent to practitioners trying to set up and maintain a successful practice. This intensely practical textbook will transform the practice of craniosacral therapists, and contains much that bodyworkers of all kinds will find useful.

Critical Incident Stress and Trauma in the Workplace

Author : Gerald W. Lewis
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This text was developed as a manual for those employed in the emergency services ESP, those who deal with victims of trauma in the workplace, work in school systems or acute psychiatric settings, provide assistance to ESP, or who are employed in other settings where persons may experience trauma. The book can also be used by mental health workers as they conduct workshops or provide debriefings where trauma has occured. Visit www.geraldlewis.com for more information.

War Against Silence After Trauma

Author : Emily Dee
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Adolescents Acute Blunt Traumatic Injury Pain Experiences

Author : Margie Quinn-Crandall
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Trauma Center

Author : Joan E. Lloyd
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Two Emergency Medical Technicians present exciting true stories of Emergency Medical Response Teams and their struggle to save lives, from a teenaged rock climber to a aged man found at the bottom of a pond. Original.

The German Trauma

Author : Gitta Sereny
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As a schoolgirl, Gitta Sereny was captivated by the theatrical spectacle of a Nuremberg Rally. Later, when the Nazis marched into Vienna, the spell was quickly broken when she saw an eminent Jewish doctor forced to scrub the pavement by Nazi thugs. The war years forged Sereny's lifelong fascination with Hitler's Germany and the indelible mark it made on the twentieth century. In this book of experiences and reflections she threads fragments of her own life into her larger quest to understand what it is 'that leads human beings so often and so readily to embrace violence and amorality'.

Trauma Memory and Dissociation

Author : J. Douglas Bremner
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Written by some of the world's foremost experts, Trauma, Memory, and Dissociation is a comprehensive text on dissociation and memory alterations in trauma. This book presents empirical data on dissociative symptoms associated with exposure to psychological trauma, including combat, childhood abuse, or other traumas, as well as its important relationships with other psychiatric disorders associated with extreme stress, including posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

In the Matter of Motor Vehicle induced Trauma as a Major Health Problem Air Bags

Author : California. Legislature. Senate. Committee on Health and Welfare
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Strange and Schafermeyer s Pediatric Emergency Medicine Fifth Edition

Author : Robert W. Schafermeyer
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Concise, current, need-to-know coverage of emergency medicine in children – presented in full color Endorsed by the American College of Emergency Physicians "...a comprehensive and current resource for anyone who cares for children in an acute setting, from the office to the emergency department. Its presentation is straightforward, and the information is easy to read and assimilate. It will be a valuable resource for those in the field of pediatric emergency medicine as well as other practitioners who occasionally care for sick children."—JAMA (reviewing an earlier edition) This clinically-focused guide covers the entire field of pediatric emergency medicine. Featuring a strong focus on practical need-to-know information Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Fifth Edition is bolstered by numerous full-color images, bulleted High-Yield Facts at the beginning of each chapter, nearly 100 diagnostic and treatment algorithms, and treatment tables with drug dosages. Endorsed by the American College of Emergency Physicians, this book is perfect for use in the emergency department or the pediatric clinic. FEATURES •Chapters open with bulleted High-Yield Facts, followed by just enough pathophysiology for understanding, and continue with a focus on what needs to be done to protect and save the child•Broad scope spans the full spectrum of pediatric emergencies -- from trauma care to psychosocial emergencies•NEW CHAPTER on Brief Resolved Unexplained Events (BRUE)•Opens with an important symptom-based section of Cardinal Presentations that familiarizes you with crucial life-saving protocols•Covers all major categories of disease that present in children on an urgent or emergent basis If you are in need of a very readable and easily accessible, evidence-based text written to help you provide high quality emergency medical care to children, your search ends here.

Cultural Trauma and Life Stories

Author : Aili Aarelaid
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Talking Trauma

Author : Timothy R. Tangherlini
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A candid look at paramedics through their tradition of storytelling.

Trauma and Healing Under State Terrorism

Author : Inger Agger
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This is an exploration of state violence which shows how the psychological and social trauma caused by violations of basic rights can be healed. The authors develop a model of trauma and healing under state terrorism based on their fieldwork with the Chilean human rights movement. It is characterized by a powerful spirit of survivor resilience and a healing approach which in both theory and practice understands individual suffering in a political perspective.

Trauma Junkie

Author : Janice Hudson
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A "trauma junkie" recalls her adventures as a flight nurse aboard a helicopter ambulance responding to everything from terrible car accidents to false alarm mountain lion attacks.