Library catalog listing
A complete listing of all material in the Library
- About my PTSD…To Whom It May Concern – For adults to give to other adults, to help them understand Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
- Beginning Treatment of PTSD and Related Anxiety Disorders – Taking care of yourself as treatment begins.
- Building emotional resilience: Finding and calming negative self-beliefs to decrease personal distress and become stronger – Working on your own to convert your negative self-beliefs into growth and peace of mind.
- Depression – A broad overview of the disorder and its treatment, from an authoritative source.
- Depression self-management – I: Initial considerations – A basic understanding of depression is essential for an effective response.
- Depression self-management – II: What to do, what to expect – Suggested steps to take to respond to your depression.
- End times – Coming to the end of psychotherapy – Successfully moving through the end of therapy.
- Explaining your PTSD to your children – Keeping your priorities straight, and meeting your children’s needs.
- Feelings – deepening self-awareness in the early stages of psychotherapy – Important work you can do to get a fast start in psychotherapy.
- Finding a Good Therapist – A thoughtful approach to an important decision.
- Organic Rule-outs: Five top-priority concerns – What to do first when your mental state is unacceptable to you.
- How I Do Psychotherapy – Stage I: Healing the Mind, Finishing With the Past – Basic procedures, stages, and expected outcomes in my psychotherapy process.
- Kitchur’s Strategic Developmental Model for EMDR – An enriched approach to EMDR.
- Medication for Anxiety – Anxiolytics – Pharmacological intervention for mental health disorders involving excessive fear.
- Parents, children, and divorce – Responding to the special needs of children when their parents divorce requires knowledge, planning, and sensitivity.
- Pregnancy and trauma treatment – Is ANY form of EMDR safe in the context of pregnancy?
- Primary Care PTSD Screen – A brief screening tool for PTSD in Primary Care settings, from the National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, US Department of Veterans.
- Problem solving: How to make better decisions – With truly important decisions, we do well to approach the matter a bit differently than we do with everyday matters. Here’s how to do it.
- Psychological trauma – Briefing Sheet – Brief, essential background information, derived from research and clinical experience.
- Psychological trauma – Signs and Symptoms – A guide to determining who should be screened for psychological trauma.
- Psychological trauma disorders – Explains the unique importance of primary care providers as first responders to victims of psychological trauma. Describes use of a brief screening tool for detecting at-risk service recipients, so they can be referred for assessment.
- Psychotherapy and Counseling Services Available – Services for developing personal and interpersonal competence.
- PTSD Screening Kit for Human Services Professionals – Help for better management of psychological trauma disorders in Primary Care and Human Service settings.
- Rapid state-of-mind improvement (RSMI) – A simple, effective, and powerful procedure for improving your state of mind.
- Re-grounding procedure – A simple, effective way to learn to return to your naturally calm, clear mind.
- Resolving psychological conflict through inner dialog – How to put your inner conflicts to good use.
- Step-Down Tension-Release (SDTR) Breathing – A simple way to calm the body & quiet the mind.
- Symptom management skills – Three approaches for psychotherapy clients.
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