Treating Trauma in Christian Counseling

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:Traumatic experiences are distressingly common. And the risks of developing posttraumatic stress disorder are high. But in recent years the field of traumatology has grown strong, giving survivors and their counselors firmer footing than ever before on which to seek...

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:Traumatic experiences are distressingly common. And the risks of developing posttraumatic stress disorder are high. But in recent years the field of traumatology has grown strong, giving survivors and their counselors firmer footing than ever before on which to seek healing. This book is a combined effort to introduce counseling approaches, trauma information, and Christian reflections to respond to the intense suffering people face. With extensive experience treating complex trauma, Heather Gingrich and Fred Gingrich have brought together key essays representing the latest psychological research on trauma from a Christian integration perspective. Students, instructors, clinicians, and researchers alike will find here an overview of the kinds of traumatic experiences coverage of treatment methods, especially those that incorporate spirituality material to critically analyze as well as emotionally engage trauma theoretical bases for trauma treatment and interventions references for further consideration and empirical research

  • Catalogue Code 499006
  • Product Code 9780830828616
  • ISBN 0830828613
  • EAN 9780830828616
  • Pages 400
  • Department Academic
  • Category Church
  • Sub-Category Care/counselling
  • Publisher Ivp Academic
  • Publication Date Dec 2017
  • Sales Rank 63727
  • Dimensions 228 x 152 x 40mm
  • Weight 0.871kg

Heather Davediuk Gingrich

Heather Davediuk Gingrich (Ph.D., University of the Philippines) is a counselor, scholar, teacher and former missionary. She is currently associate professor of counseling at Denver Seminary, Littleton, Colorado and a dissertation advisor and committee member at Asia Graduate School of Theology, Quezon City, Philippines. A member of the American Psychological Association and clinical member of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), Gingrich is also a mental health consultant at International Development and Educational Associates (IDEAS), where she conducts short-term, mid-term and long-term mental health evaluations of missionary candidates. She has published a number of scholarly articles on subjects ranging from traumatic stress disorder to the spiritual implications of dreams.

  • :introduction (heather D. Gingrich And Fred C. Gingrich)
  • <strong>part One: Foundational Perspectives On Trauma</strong>
  • 1. The Crucial Role Of Christian Counseling Approaches In Trauma Counselingfred C. Gingrich And Heather D. Gingrich2. Theological Perspectives On Trauma: Human Flourishing After The Fallrichard Langer, Jason Mcmartin, And M. Elizabeth Lewis Hall3. The Neurobiology Of Stress And Traumawilliam M. Struthers, Kerryn Ansell, And Adam Wilson4. Trauma, Faith, And Care For The Counselorcynthia B. Eriksson, Ashley M. Wilkins, And Nikki Frederick
  • <strong>part Two: Interpersonal Contexts Of Trauma</strong>
  • 5. A Developmentally Appropriate Treatment Approach For Traumatized Children And Adolescentsdaniel S. Sweeney And Madeline Lowen6. Treating Sexual Trauma Through Couples Therapydebra Taylor7. Assessment And Treatment Of Intimate Partner Violence: Integrating Psychological And Spiritual Approachesterri S. Watson8. Strengthening Family Resilience To Traumafred C. Gingrich9. Responding To Survivors Of Clergy Sexual Abusedavid K. Pooler And Amanda Frey
  • <strong>part Three: Complex Trauma And Dissociation</strong>
  • 10. Beyond Survival: Application Of A Complex Trauma Treatment Model In The Christian Contextjana Pressley And Joseph Spinazzola11. Sexual Abuse And Dissociative Disordersheather D. Gingrich 12 The Treatment Of Ritual Abuse And Mind Controlalison Miller And Heather D. Gingrich13. Sex Trafficking: A Counseling Perspectiveshannon Wolf
  • <strong>part Four: Global Contexts Of Trauma</strong>
  • 14. Faith And Disaster Mental Health: Research, Theology, And Practicejamie D. Aten, Alice Schruba, David N. Entwistle, Edward B. Davis, Jenn Ranter, Jenny Hwang, Joshua N. Hook, David C. Wang, Don E. Davis, And Daryl R. Van Tongeren15. Improving Trauma Care In Developing Nations: Partnerships Over Projectsphil Monroe And Diane Langberg16. Trauma Counseling For Missionaries: How To Support Resiliencekaren F. Carr17. Preventing And Treating Combat Trauma And Spiritual Injurylaura Schwent Shultz, Jesse D. Malott, And Robert J. Gregorypart Five: Conclusion And Appendix18. Reflections On Christian Counseling?s Engagement With Traumaheather D. Gingrich And Fred C. Gingrich
  • Appendix: Religion, Spirituality, And Trauma: An Annotated Bibliography (fred C. Gingrich)list Of Contributorsauthor Indexsubject Index

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