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Quick Steps to Resolving Trauma

A friendly and brief guide to trauma resolution.

Here, Bill O'Hanlon uses his characteristic breezy and inviting style to tackle a very difficult issue: trauma resolution. This book details a philosophy and methods of working briefly and effectively with traumatized clients. Simple examples and dialogue, whimsical illustrations, and O'Hanlon's classic reader-oriented approach make this book inviting to therapists and consumers alike.

Contents:

  • Introduction: Four New Approaches to Resolving Trauma Briefly and Respectfully
  • 1. Inclusive therapy: reclaiming devalued experience
  • 2. Future pull: did you know that the future can cause the present?
  • 3. In the shape of a bottle: changing patterns that were shaped by the trauma
  • 4.  Reconnection: challenging dissociation and disconnection in the wake of trauma
  • 5. Posttraumatic success: thriving through crisis
  • Appendix: posttraumatic success scales

Bill O'Hanlon is a dynamic, inspirational professional speaker and prolific author (over 30 books so far) who helps motivate people and organizations to determine what they are meant to be doing and to remove the barriers to succeeding at those goals. Originally trained as a psychotherapist, Bill became known for his collaborative respectful approach, irreverent humour, storytelling, clear and accessible presentation style and his infectious enthusiasm for whatever he is doing. He teaches seminars, leads trainings, writes books, coaches people and offers websites, podcasts, blogs, web-based courses, teleclasses and audio and video programs. Bill is often invited as a keynote speaker, conference speaker, motivational keynote presenter and business speaker.

Other books by Bill O'Hanlon

A Guide to Possibility Land

A Brief Guide to Brief Therapy

Change 101: A Practical Guide to Creating Change in Life or Therapy

Even from a Broken Web

In Search of Solutions

Pathways to Spirituality

Quick Steps to Resolving Trauma

Solution Orientated Therapy for Chronic and Severe Mental Illness

Stop Blaming, Start Loving! A Solution-Oriented Approach to Improving Your Relationship

Rewriting Love Stories

 

Quick Steps to Resolving Trauma

Author: Bill O'Hanlon

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