A Model for Relational Self-Other Models - How We See Ourselves and How This Is Impacts Our Selves and Our Relationships
Self-Compassion: An Alternative Conceptualization of a Healthy Attitude Towards One's Self
An article outlining the biopsychosocial perspective of personality changes after acquired brain injury
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Article discussing the narratives people for after their acquired brain injury and perceptions of themselves prior to their acquired brain injury can influence the experiencing of symptoms
Polyvagal Theory in Action: Creating Safety and Connection with Trauma Clients
Certified Clinical Trauma Professional
Treating Trauma Clients: How Brain Science Can Inform Interventions
Cultural and Historical Traumas: Invisiable Barriers to Healing and Change
The Essentials of Effective Trauma Treatment: How to Go Beyond Technique
Healing From the Bottom Up: How to Help Clients Access Resource States with Peter Levigne
Couples Therapy for Treating Trauma: The Gottman Method Approach
Mastering the Craft of Treating Trauma: Four Core Skills
Training Series with Gabor Mate
The Myth of Normal in an Insane World
The Myth of the Unitary Self
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