This groundbreaking new guide was written specifically for therapists, psychologists, and clinicians to assist clients suffering from chronic stress/PTSD by implementing an innovative, salutogenic (strengths - and resource-based) philosophy into their daily therapy work. First, the book identifies four active ingredients that should be present in all trauma treatment—followed by the Empowerment and Resilience Structure treatment manual, which pinpoints the critical components and baseline standards for the field of trauma counseling that are not model dependent, and are designed for immediate application.
Trauma Competency for the 21st Century is inspired by the salutogenic approach to treatment: working with wellness factors (those that support health and well-being) rather than those that cause disease. The goal is to empower the client through a renewed belief in their own abilities, capacities, and resiliencies, and to instill a genuine hope for a future marked by healing and fulfillment.
If you are hurting because of very difficult and heartbreaking circumstances in your life, “God, Are You Really There?” is a question you may ask or feel like asking. This book shares the stories of ordinary everyday people who have walked through their own dark tunnels and have come out on the other side. Each story is remarkably stirring as they find hope and peace in a relationship with a God who loves and cares for them and who has given strength for every situation in their lives. Because they have found healing in their own tragedies, God is using them in wonderful and powerful ways to bring help to others. Whether you are in a difficult situation yourself or know someone who is, may “God, Are You Really There?” be a blessing of hope and encouragement to your heart.
Got Knee Pain? was written to give people suffering from knee pain some relief. I have seen, in 33 years of practice, no one have an aligned tibia (to the femur) that has a history of knee injury. Surgeries, physical therapy, exercises: none of these realigns the tibia to the femur. What you want is the tibia to be squarely under the femur when you have all your weight on your extended leg while walking. I have discovered that if you know the terms; meniscus, cruciate or collateral, you have suffered a misaligning experience to your tibia. It is unlikely your provider got the tibia back in place. So this book was written to give the knee pain sufferer the ability to realign their own tibia with step by step instructions. Performed three times daily, these realigning maneuvers can restore mobility and reduce pain. Also included is a series of personal habits to avoid once you have suffered a knee injury.
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