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- SAGE Publications, Inc
- Brandell, Jerrold R.
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Contemporary Directions in Theory, Practice, and Research
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"I am rather impressed with the inclusion of several somewhat unintegrated areas of research in the area of psychological trauma and its treatment. For instance, the inclusion of collective trauma as a topic of study along with innovative CBT therapies like EMDR, which could be considered an integral approach to trauma-resolution, is noteworthy and admirable...I commend the authors for their treatment of an area that is relatively novel, innovative, and practical...I strongly endorse the premise of the book. The authors are providing a unique contribution for several reasons. First, the field of trauma study is growing quickly, so new information is being amassed relatively quickly. To disseminate a sample of such information in one book appears warranted. Second, the authors tackle topics that go unaddressed in conventional trauma-related work, it seems, such as collective trauma and integral clinical approaches. Highlighting such areas introduces clinicians-in-training to cutting edge knowledge in the field."
"Compared to the texts I have used, the proposed text provides a clearer more direct theoretical approach for understanding and intervening in trauma. It also examines populations not previously discussed such as bullying, children experiencing traumatic loss, and trauma among Native Americans...the proposed book, Contemporary Directions in Trauma Theory, Research and Practice, covers important areas that have been missing in other texts. I especially liked the organization of this text, specifically the examination of trauma through various theoretical frameworks including cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic theory and attachment theory. And as the authors indicate, their discussion of clinical application with select population is unique. The impact of bullying on school children as well as art therapy with children experiencing traumatic loss are important topics which have been neglected in other texts. Combat trauma is clearly important especially given the need for working with soldiers returning from Iraq as well as the impact on their families. I also liked the chapter, Implications for teaching and supervision again a topic I have not previously encountered...the book has a number of strengths including its organization around theoretical frameworks. I think this organization will help students better grasp the theoretical rationale for conducting a particular assessment and intervention."
"I strongly endorse many aspects of the authors rationale. Specifically, a text is needed that is from a social work perspective, updates the well-respected existing texts, is focused on clinical interventions, and especially uses psychodynamic and attachment theories. I would buy this book myself.... I am excited about this book. It addresses an area that I believe is extremely important. More helping professionals are realizing the central role trauma plays in many of our clients lives and this text has the pot...
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Shoshana Ringel, Ph.D., is an associate professor at the University of Maryland - Baltimore School of Social Work. She is co-author of two previous books, Attachment and Dynamic Practice (with J. Brandell), and Advanced Clinical Practice: Relational Principles and Techniques (with E. Goldstein and D. Miehls). She has also published numerous articles, and was certified on the Adult Attachment Interview (AAI) by Mary Main and Eric Hesse. Dr. Ringel maintains a private practice in Baltimore.
Jerrold R. Brandell, Ph.D., BCD is Distinguished Professor and Coordinator, Doctoral Concentration in Clinical Scholarship, Wayne State University School of Social Work (Detroit), where he has taught since 1992. He has held visiting professorships at the Zurich Hchschule fr Angewandte Wissenschaften (Switzerland), Lund University (Sweden) and the University of Canterbury (New Zealand), and has led workshops and lectured widely on clinical topics in the United States and abroad. A practicing child, adolescent, and adult psychotherapist, and psychoanalyst, he is the author or editor of twelve books, including Countertransference in Psychotherapy with Children and Adolescents (1992). Psychodynamic Social Work (Columbia, 2004), and Essentials of Clinical Social Work (2014). He is the (Founding) Editor of Psychoanalytic Social Work, and also serves on several other editorial boards. Recognized as a distinguished practitioner by the National Academies of Practice, he maintains a part-time practice in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Overview Cognitive-Behavioral Theory Psychoanalytic Theory (Part I) Psychoanalytic Theory (Part II) Attachment Theory, Infant Research, and Neurobiology Art Therapy with Traumatically Bereaved Children Military Bereavement and Combat Trauma The Trauma of Bullying Experiences Traumas of Development in the Gay Male Cultural and Historical Trauma Among Native Americans The Effects of Trauma Treatment on the Therapist