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Weight 12.9 oz
Dimensions 6 × .61 × 9 in


Reversing the Trauma of War


Reversing the Trauma of War: PTSD Help for Veterans, Active Duty Personnel, and Their Families

By Phyllis Kahaney & Rachel Epstein

Discover the power of mental imagery and visualization for treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) with “Reversing the Trauma of War: PTSD Help for Veterans, Active-Duty Personnel, and Their Families.” This groundbreaking book provides a comprehensive resource for individuals affected by PTSD. Inside, readers will find expert guidance and proven techniques to overcome the most common mental health struggles resulting from military service.

Harnessing the power of the imagination, readers are taken through this transformative, step-by-step imagery process to treat and support the debilitating symptoms of PTSD and war-related trauma including physical disabilities, pain syndromes, anxiety, anger, hyper-vigilance, and nightmares. Suitable for anyone suffering from anxiety, depression, guilt, insomnia, nightmares, loss, grief, or physical pain, and, written for clinicians and lay-readers alike, this book provides a primer on PTSD and trauma. It weaves together psychology, narrative, and easy-to-implement exercise to “rewire” the brain and foster new adaptive responses. Recognizing the difficult impact on families, “Reversing the Trauma of War” provides exercises tailored for family members, reducing stress and offering a brighter future. Kahaney and Epstein offer invaluable knowledge on mental imagery and its effectiveness – utilizing advanced imagery exercises to enhance therapeutic approaches for individuals battling PTSD.

Embark on a journey of healing and hope with “Reversing the Trauma of War: PTSD Help for Veterans, Active-Duty Personnel, and Their Families.” With practical exercises and expert insights, this book is your path to relief.