We pulled this one from our library and find that it still stands as one of the most comprehensive works on trauma. Judith Herman a psychiatrist was one of the early pioneers in the field of trauma. This is definitely a book you want to read.
There are so many books that have changed the way we work and we will feature some of our choices.
The body keeps the score is a must read for all psychotherapists and researchers. van der Kolk synthesizes research from converging fields, blended with his extensive clinical experience for a tour de force. We particularly like the audio version.
Cowritten by Michael Baldwin, a patient who experienced transformative relief from trauma through EMDR therapy, and Dr. Deborah Korn, a therapist (though not Baldwin’s therapist) who explains exactly how and why EMDR works, Every Memory Deserves Respect brings the good news of EMDR to countless readers who may not even know of it but would greatly benefit from using it.
There are a group of books that have been published on the topic of unifying psychotherapy. We are compiling the list for those interested to explore this trend, which has been described as the fifth wave in the evolution of psychotherapy.
More to come from our library.
This edited volume covers many of the tried and true, as well as some of the cutting edge ways that technology can be used to augment behavioral and mental health treatment.
In this volume the authors present the latest applications and ethical considerations when adopting technology in mental health practice.