An Introduction to Coping with Childhood Trauma (Overcoming: Booklet Series)

An Introduction to Coping with Childhood Trauma (Overcoming: Booklet Series)

By: Helen Kennerley (author)Paperback

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This is a new addition to the popular Introduction to Coping with series of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy based self-help booklets. Written by the author of the bestselling self-help titles Overcoming Anxiety and Overcoming Childhood Trauma, this new title offers valuable guidance for those who have experienced trauma as a child, be it emotional, physical or sexual. This useful self-help guide looks at the psychological impact of childhood trauma and offers some helpful strategies, based on CBT, to help the sufferer start on the road to recovery. Also contains useful information on how to get specialist help. This practical booklet will also be a valuable resource for health professionals and family members.

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About Author

Dr Helen Kennerley is the author of Overcoming Anxiety and Overcoming Childhood Trauma. She qualified in Clinical Psychology at Oxford, where she also trained to become a cognitive therapist. She is one of the founder members of the Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre (OCTC). Currently, she works as a consultant within OCTC, where she is the lead clinician of a specialist clinic in cognitive therapy. Helen has presented many workshops in her area of expertise both nationally and internationally. In 2002 she was shortlisted by the British Association for Behaviour and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) for the award for most influential female cognitive therapist in Britain.

Product Details

  • publication date: 21/04/2011
  • ISBN13: 9781849013963
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 40
  • ID: 9781849013963
  • weight: 124
  • ISBN10: 1849013969

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