|A large number of trauma-related syndromes are medically treatment-resistant. Knowledge of the traumatic etiology behind these traumatic symptoms allows medical personnel to relieve the suffer¬ing that comes with mental torment. A medical establishment sensitive to healing trauma with the new tools available increases the capacity to heal. This book:|
Defines the nature and characteristics of trauma
Identifies persistent trauma-related symptoms and syndromes, which are unresponsive to medication
Offers healing tools appropriate to the medical field
Defines the issues of secondhand trauma and burnout and their effects on medical personnel (doctors, nurses, emergency personnel, surgeons etc.) and on patients, their families and friends.
Introduces tools to cope with trauma.
Defines the concept of the collective trauma vortex and presents tools for collective healing.
Covers the impact of media-related secondhand trauma on the public.