Ronald L. Krannich, Ph.D.
Welcome to Impact Publications, your one-stop center for thousands of life-changing resources on employment, education, life skills, and travel. Since founding the company in 1982, my mission has been very clear: produce and distribute the best resources to help individuals and institutions transform lives.
MORE...
Product Types
  Audiobooks
Books
Workbooks
Cards
Curriculums/Programs
e-Books
Games
Instructional Materials
Instruments
Kits/Series/Programs
Our Pocket Guides
Pamphlets/Booklets
Posters
Software/CDs/Multimedia
DVDs
Subject Categories
  NEW or Recently Added!
Assessment
Bullying
Career & Tech Education
Career Exploration
Domestic Abuse
Dress/Image/Etiquette
GSA Schedule
Hiring/Retention/Firing
Interviewing
Life Skills & Brain Health
Networking & Social Media
Our Pocket Guides
Parents and Child Rearing
Recruitment/Headhunters
Resumes & Applications
GET COMPLETE LIST OF SUBJECTS
Special Collections
  Addiction & Recovery
Anger Management
Attitude & Motivation
Disabilities
Education
Entrepreneurs
Executives/$100,000+
Ex-Offenders & Prisons
Families & Relationships
Government/Law Enforcement
Health & Nutrition
International & Travel
Literacy & Communic. Skills
Military
Minorities & Immigrants
Retirement/Seniors
Women
About Us
  About Us
In the News
The Impact Guides
Our Pocket Guides
Our Authors
Links & Exchanges
Media Kit
Special Sales
Submissions
Privacy Policy
Contact Us
Our Other Sites
  ExOffenderReEntry
Veterans World
Great Water Destinations
Facebook
Google+
LinkedIn
Twitter
 
A Secure Site

Healing the Trauma of Domestic Violence
Healing the Trauma of Domestic Violence: A Workbook for Women
7922
With this book, domestic violence experts offer the first-ever PTSD treatment approach to help abused women overcome the trauma they have endured and regain control of their lives.
Your Price: $24.95

Detailed Description

 
By Edward S. Kubany, Mari A. McCaig, and Janet R. Laconsay
 
With this book, domestic violence experts offer the first-ever PTSD treatment approach to help abused women overcome the trauma they have endured and regain control of their lives.
 
Second only to survivors of war and victims of rape, women who are severely assaulted by their husbands or partners are the group of trauma victims most likely to suffer from the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.
 
Researchers estimate that as many as 80 percent of these women will manifest signs of the disorder in the months and years following an assault. Until now there has been no book specifically written to help these women deal with PTSD. This sensitive and compassionate book, at last, offers them hope.
 
The book opens with a description of PTSD and a self-diagnostic tool that helps readers figure out whether or not they are actually suffering from PTSD.
 
Then, chapter by chapter, it delves into specific problems associated with the disorder. Worksheets reinforce the messages in the text. In addition to addressing the symptoms of PTSD, the book offers readers strategies they can employ when and if a confrontation with the abusive partner becomes necessary.
 
240 pages. Softcover. 2004.
 
INH
 
0810
 
 
 
 

Items in your Cart: 0  

Current Subtotal:$0.00


Checkout Button

download button
overseas ordering instructions
join email list
new titles
gsa titles
catalogs and flyers
 
 
catalogs
Catalogs
 
flyers
Flyers
 
Our Other Websites
Ex-offender Re-entry website
   
VeteransWorld website