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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Ester R. A. Leutenberg has worked in the mental health field for many years as a publisher, author and advocate for those suffering from loss. She personally experienced a devastating loss when her son Mitchell, after struggling with a mental illness for eight years, died by suicide in 1986. Soon after, as a way of both healing and helpingothers, Ester co-founded Wellness Reproductions & Publishing with her daughter Kathy Khalsa and begandeveloping therapeutic products that help facilitators help their clients.Ester is the co-author of the SEALS series for teen-agers, Life Management Skills series for adults and Meaningful Life Skills for older adults, as well as a variety of othertherapeutic card games, board games and posters.Ester has co-written Creating a Healthy Balanced Life,the Mental Health & Life Skills Workbook Series, the Teen Mental Health & Life Skills Workbook Series, the Coping Workbook Series, Motivation, GriefWork ~Healing from Loss, book, card and poster, The. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Veterans - Surviving and Thriving after Trauma will assist professional facilitators to help veterans adapt after serving their country. Veterans risked life, limbs, relationships and careers, some lost one or more of these basic life support systems. They freed others, but continue to fight the aftermath of death and destruction. Many suffer emotional and physical scars, guilt, grief, and loss. Some are eaten away by anger or enslaved by substances.

Initially, homecoming is happiness, applause and affection, but reintegration to daily life does not always resume as they knew it. Veterans, their partners and families have changed. The labor market may not welcome their skills; their finances may plunge. Statistics show alarmingly high suicide and unemployment rates.

As more veterans return from combat, society is increasingly aware of their needs. They will be directed toward professional and spiritual counselors. Veterans differ from other survivors; they have seen atrocities and experienced horrors most civilians cannot comprehend. Their intelligence, determination and resilience that served our country are now needed to save themselves, to heal their invisible and visible wounds.

The Veterans Surviving and Thriving after Trauma workbook will help facilitators working with veterans:

  • individually
  • in groups
  • and in conjunction with their families
The book's goal is for participants to:
  • realize they are not alone facing fears, feelings, and challenges
  • re-integrate, as changed people, into their families and civilian life
  • deal with trauma, stress, depression, guilt, and grief
  • overcome anger and resentment
  • prevent or begin recovering from substance abuse
  • handle relationship issues
  • rebound and rehabilitate emotionally, physically, vocationally, and spiritually
  • cope, using cognitive, creative, expressive, altruistic and other modes
Veterans with or without serious emotional, physical, relationship and financial problems will benefit from the exercises which apply to the many challenges they face.

Research indicates cognitive therapy helps veterans deal with trauma and helps them improve their lives. The activities focus directly on recognizing and changing distorted ideas. Veterans see how thoughts affect feelings and actions. They are encouraged to think and act as survivors, to empower themselves to thrive despite setbacks or losses.

Inhaltsangabe: Veterans Surviving and Thriving after Trauma will assist professional facilitators to help veterans adapt after serving their country. Veterans risked life, limbs, relationships and careers, some lost one or more of these basic life support systems. They freed others, but fight the aftermath of death and destruction. Many suffer emotional and physical scars, guilt, grief and loss. Some are eaten away by anger or enslaved by substances. Initially, homecoming is happiness, applause and affection, but reintegration to daily life does not resume as they knew it. Veterans, their partners and families have changed. The labor market may not welcome their skills; their finances may plunge. Statistics show alarmingly high suicide and unemployment rates. As more veterans return from combat, society is increasingly aware of their needs. They will be directed toward professional and spiritual counselors. Veterans differ from other abuse survivors; they have seen atrocities and experienced horrors most civilians cannot comprehend. Their intelligence, determination and resilience that served our country are now needed to save themselves, to heal their invisible and visible wounds. The Veterans Surviving and Thriving after Trauma workbook will help facilitators working with veterans individually, in groups and in conjunction with their families. The book s goal is for participants to realize they are not alone facing fears, feelings and challenges; re-integrate, as changed people, into their families and civilian life; deal with trauma, stress, depression, guilt and grief; overcome anger and resentment; prevent or begin recovering from substance abuse; handle relationship issues; rebound and rehabilitate emotionally, physically, vocationally, and spiritually; and cope, using cognitive, creative, expressive, altruistic and other modes. Veterans with or without serious emotional, physical, relationship and financial problems will benefit from the exercises which apply to the many challenges they face. Research indicates cognitive therapy helps veterans deal with trauma and helps them improve their lives. The activities focus directly on recognizing and changing distorted ideas. Veterans see how thoughts affect feelings and actions. They are encouraged to think and act as survivors, to empower themselves to thrive despite setbacks or losses.

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