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visión de conjunto:Críticas Courtois and Ford present an essential comprehensive work for clinicians and researchers. Evidence-based practice recommendations for psychotherapeutic and pharmacological treatment are presented--carefully adapted for those suffering from complex traumatic stress disorders--and a range of treatment models are clearly described. Rich clinical material and attention to management of the therapeutic alliance therapist self-care and other key challenges in working with these clients make this a most useful and innovative resource.--Josef I. Ruzek PhD Director Dissemination and Training Division National Center for PTSD This is the single best source for clinical expertise in complex traumatic stress disorders. Leading clinicians and researchers share a rich array of individual couple family and group therapy models that illustrate basic treatment principles and best practices. Informed by recent research the contributors cover the developmental and neurobiological background against which to frame essential assessment and treatment issues. Chapters on such pragmatic topics as vicarious traumatization and risk management offer advice on reducing stress for therapists working with these challenging cases.--Frank W. Putnam MD Professor of Psychiatry University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Treatments based on a traditional conceptualization of PTSD are frequently insufficient to address the diverse long-lasting and pervasive effects of complex trauma. This book offers a comprehensive review of treatment considerations assessment measures best practices and evidence-based treatment approaches specifically tailored for psychotherapy with people who have experienced prolonged abuse and neglect by caregivers. An indispensable guide for any mental health professional who works with trauma survivors.--Pamela C. Alexander PhD Senior Research Scientist Wellesley Centers for Women A valuable addition to the libraries of both novice and experienced clinicians who treat patients with disorders as varied as reactive attachment disorder borderline personality disorder depression dissociative disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder....An unparalleled contribution to the existing literature on assessment and intervention with survivors of complex trauma. There are few existing compilations that have collected such a wide variety of treatment approaches from such prominent authors and it is probable that this is the most comprehensive and current review to date. While multiple evidence-based treatment strategies are given attention in this book it is detailed enough so that the reader is able to make an informed decision about whether to pursue an approach. In addition several chapters describe essential understanding required for working with any survivor of complex trauma regardless of the particular intervention style...--Trauma Psychology Newsletter (APA Division 56) This book is likely to appeal to clinicians who are eager to learn more about the area of complex traumatic stress and novel approaches to treating associated problems. The text is well-written and organized making it easy to follow.--Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy Will surely become a classic textbook on complex traumatic stress. This book is appropriate for students clinicians and academics alike. Because the concept of complex trauma is still evolving this text can educate and inform students in training as well as seasoned clinicians....The authors of the book are leaders in the field of trauma and they artfully illustrate the nuances of the disorder as well as subsequent treatment through rich case examples....In our current mental health climate there exists a psychiatric debate about formally establishing Complex PTSD as a disorder. In such a climate this book documents the current knowledge and evidence supporting the disorder and will surely help to shift the paradigm of how complex trauma is understood assessed for and ultimately healed from.--Clinical Social Work Journal Editors Courtois and Ford unite to provide a thorough stimulating and current text on treating a very challenging population of individuals with complex trauma....This is an important and highly relevant book addressing a complex problem organizing what empirical support there is for the many approaches which are currently utilized and expanded for this population. Even if you do not work with traumatized individuals there is much to learn from this book. It can be therapeutically profitable. Well-written it has an impressive list of contributors and Ford has a hand in many of the chapters. This book is highly recommended and well-worth its asking price.--Child and Family Behavior Therapy Reseña del editor Chronic childhood trauma such as prolonged abuse or family violence can severely disrupt a person's development basic sense of self and later relationships. Adults with this type of history often come to therapy with complex symptoms that go beyond existing criteria for PTSD. This important book brings together prominent authorities to present the latest thinking on complex traumatic stress disorders and provide practical guidelines for conceptualization and treatment. Evidence-based assessment procedures are detailed and innovative individual couple family and group therapies are described and illustrated with case vignettes and session transcripts. Biografía del autor
Christine A. Courtois PhD ABPP a board-certified counseling psychologist is retired from private practice in Washington DC and is a consultant/trainer on topics on trauma psychology and treatment. She cofounded and then served for 16 years as Clinical and Training Director of The CENTER: Posttraumatic Disorders Program in Washington DC. Dr. Courtois was chair of the Clinical Practice Guideline for the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Adults for the American Psychological Association (APA) released in 2017 and for guidelines on the treatment of complex trauma for several professional organizations. She has published a number of books (four of them coedited or coauthored with Julian Ford) and numerous book chapters and articles on trauma-related topics. Dr. Courtois is past president of APA Division 56 (Trauma Psychology) and past founding Associate Editor of the Division's journal Psychological Trauma: Theory Research Practice and Policy. She served two terms on the Board of Directors of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS). She has received the Award for Distinguished Contributions to Independent Practice from the APA the Sarah Haley Award for Clinical Excellence from ISTSS and most recently the Award for Distinguished Service and Contributions to the Profession of Psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology.Julian D. Ford PhD a clinical psychologist is Professor of Psychiatry Psychology and Law at the University of Connecticut where he is also Director of the Center for Trauma Recovery and Juvenile Justice. He has served on the Steering Committee of the National Child Traumatic Stress Network as Associate Editor of the Journal of Trauma and Dissociation and the European Journal of Psychotraumatology as Co-Chair of the Presidential Task Force on Child Trauma for APA Division 56 and as a board member and Vice President of ISTSS and has published several other books on trauma-related topics. Dr. Ford developed and conducts research on the Trauma Affect Regulation: Guide for Education and Therapy (TARGET) psychosocial intervention for adolescents adults and families. Dr. Ford and Dr. Courtois were awarded the Print Media Award from ISSTD for this volume.