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Elizabeth Carll

Elizabeth Carll

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Dr. Elizabeth Carll, Stress and Trauma Expert
Dr. Elizabeth Carll, Stress and Trauma Expert

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Trauma Psychology:
Issues in Violence, Disaster,Health, and Illness
 Edited by
Elizabeth K. Carll, PhD
Two VolumesVolume 1: Violence and DisasterVolume 2: Health and IllnessPublished by Greenwood PraegerAlso available at amazon.comThe volumes offer a gripping overview, with case examples, intervention and policyrecommended for diverse traumatic events spanning natural disasters, violence, accidents,and chronic health and social issues.
 Learn how to intervene in 24 types of traumatic events including:
Domestic Violence
Stalking
Workplace Violence
Kidnap
Motor Vehicle Accidents
Pain
Children and War
Fires
Torture
Terrorism
Floods
Burns
AIDS
● Spinal
Cord Injury
Children and Medical Illness
Anesthesia Awareness
Reviews/Endorsements:These two volumes on "
Trauma Psychology: Issues in Violence, Disaster, Health, and Illness
", aptlyedited by Elizabeth Carll, represent an impressive array of research, practice, and public policyrecommendations spanning the entire range of human trauma. It is must reading for everyone inhealth services, the media, professionals in many disciplines, and especially politicians. I found it tobe a treasure trove of vital information not only about core issues in violence and disasters, bothnatural and malevolent, but equally so about treatment, prevention, and resilience.Philip Zimbardo, Ph.D.Emeritus Professor of PsychologyStanford UniversityAuthor of "The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil" (Random House)
“Trauma Psychology: Issues in Violence, Disaster, Health and Illness” 
offers an important advance inour understanding of the many arenas in which trauma can occur and the therapeutic steps andpublic policy initiatives that can be taken to help survivors recover and heal.Sybil Carrère, Ph.D.Director, Institute for Child Development and Family RelationsCalifornia State University San Bernardino===========================================================================
 Additional Reviews on Reverse Side of Page

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