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  1. Stress, Trauma and Substance Use

    Edited by Brian E Bride, Samuel A MacMaster

    The editors of Stress, Trauma, and Substance Use have gathered a collection of innovative chapters written by cutting edge researchers that depict both the breadth of the relationships between stress, trauma, and substance use, as well as how closely these phenomena are all too often linked....

    Published February 23rd 2009 by Routledge

  2. Divorced, without Children

    Solution Focused Therapy with Women at Midlife

    By Debra D. Castaldo

    Series: Family Therapy and Counseling

    The topic of women divorced at midlife without children is one that has, to date, been absent from professional and academic literature, though these women make up a considerable and growing portion of our population. This book explores the experience, meaning, and impact of divorce at midlife for...

    Published January 24th 2008 by Routledge

  3. Combat Stress Injury

    Theory, Research, and Management

    Edited by Charles R. Figley, William P. Nash

    Series: Psychosocial Stress Series

    Combat Stress Injury represents a definitive collection of the most current theory, research, and practice in the area of combat and operational stress management, edited by two experts in the field. In this book, Charles Figley and Bill Nash have assembled a wide-ranging group of authors (military...

    Published December 4th 2006 by Routledge

  4. Coping with Infertility

    Clinically Proven Ways of Managing the Emotional Roller Coaster

    By Negar Nicole Jacobs, William T. O'Donohue

    Coping with Infertility is an essential source of emotional support for any couple struggling with involuntary childlessness. The book offers proven techniques and real-life examples from both men and women, in order to outline common emotional reactions and remind couples that they are not alone...

    Published November 3rd 2006 by Routledge

  5. Birth Crisis

    By Sheila Kitzinger

    One new mother in twenty is diagnosed with traumatic stress after childbirth. In Birth Crisis Sheila Kitzinger explores the disempowerment and anxiety experienced by these women. Key topics discussed include: increasing intervention in pregnancy the shift in emphasis from relationships to...

    Published June 1st 2006 by Routledge

  6. Managing Performance Stress

    Models and Methods

    By David Pargman

    Over the past 16 years, new theories and models have emerged in the stress and anxiety knowledge base regarding the unique forms associated with performance. Existing theories have been applied in creative and helpful ways to better explicate relationships between stress and anxiety with...

    Published May 30th 2006 by Routledge

  7. CBT for Occupational Stress in Health Professionals

    Introducing a Schema-Focused Approach

    By Martin R. Bamber

    The costs of occupational stress in terms of sickness absence, ill-health-related retirement, litigation and lost productivity are increasing, putting strain on economies across the world. The fact that health care work is inherently more stressful than many other occupations makes it vital that...

    Published May 11th 2006 by Routledge

  8. The Posttraumatic Self

    Restoring Meaning and Wholeness to Personality

    Edited by John P. Wilson

    Series: Psychosocial Stress Series

    Filling a gap that exists in most traumatology literature, The Posttraumatic Self provides an optimistic analysis of the aftermath of a traumatic event. This work appreciates the potentially positive effects of trauma and links those effects to the discovery of one's identity, character, and...

    Published December 20th 2005 by Routledge

  9. Disaster Mental Health Services

    A Primer for Practitioners

    By Diane Myers, David Wee

    Series: Psychosocial Stress Series

    Disaster mental health is a growing field of practice designed to help victims and relief workers learn to effectively cope with the extreme stresses they will face in the aftermath of a disaster. The goal of disaster mental health is to prevent the development of long-term, negative psychological...

    Published October 27th 2004 by Routledge

  10. Workplace Trauma

    Concepts, Assessment and Interventions

    By Noreen Tehrani

    How can organisations defend their employees against psychological trauma? Post-traumatic stress is a topical subject of increasing importance. Yet much of the writing on this subject so far has concerned stress suffered by people exposed to serious turmoil such as war and ethnic conflict....

    Published September 16th 2004 by Routledge