One of the primary roles of Sidran Foundation’s Psych Trauma Information Service is to assist people who have been traumatized in finding various kinds of help. “Treatment” is usually sought when the behavioral adaptations (symptoms) typical of trauma survivors become disabling and/or interfere with work, home life, sleep, parenting and other aspects of daily function.Read More
Addresses all aspects of caring for the dissociative child and adolescent.Read More
“Bravo to Melissa Hook for successfully communicating the core ethics of the victim rights and service field. She effectively connects the wisdom, practical application, and complexities of working with crime victims. This book is mind-opening, validating, and promotes the self-awareness necessary for effective victim service. It is a must read whether one has been in the field for one month or 30 years.”Read More
New, second edition! Growing Beyond Survival is a self-management workbook, which teaches skills that empower survivors to take control of and de-escalate their most distressing trauma related symptoms.Read More
Sexual victimization of boys and men remains a taboo subject, and resources for this neglected population and the professionals that work with them are difficult to find. This book aims at reducing the stigma and increasing the understanding of sexual trauma in men.Read More
This workbook is a valuable, practical, and above all useful contribution to the abuse recovery field. Through a series of artwork exercises, survivors of trauma are offered an opportunity to enhance present-day mastery in a grounded, creative, and gentle way. The more I read, the more excited I got about being able to recommend this fine workbook to clients and workshop participants.Read More
In this unique book, persons with Dissociative Disorders and their significant others address the complex issues of diagnosis, therapy, and maintaining personal relationships. “Viewed from the inside out,” Dissociative Identity Disorder takes on an impassioned voice as those who struggle with dissociation share their experiences, obstacles, and triumphs.Read More
This free download is a generous contribution provided by Gene Sessions.
A welcome contribution that demystifies dissociative disorders and acknowledges that children need special support.
– Barbara W. Boat, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatry, University of Cincinnati
Understanding how childhood trauma overwhelms adult well-being is at the cornerstone of Restoring Hope and Trust: An Illustrated Guide to Mastering Trauma.Read More