This updated edition of From Trauma to Healing is a comprehensive and practical guide to working with trauma survivors in the field of social work.
Since September 11th and Hurricane Katrina, social workers have increasingly come together to consider how traumatic events impact practice. This text is designed to support the process, with a focus on evidence-based practice that ensures professionals are fully equipped to work with trauma. Highlights of this new edition include brand new chapters on practitioner bias and vulnerability, standardized assessment methodologies, and crisis management, as well as a focus on topics crucial to social workers such as Trauma Informed Care (TIC) and Adverse Childhood Events (ACES). The text also offers additional resources including chapter practice exercises and a sample trauma course syllabus for educators.
With fresh examples and discussion questions to help deal with traumatic events in practice, including interventions that may be applicable to current and future 21st century world events, such as the coronavirus pandemic, From Trauma to Healing, 2nd edition remains an essential publication on trauma for students and social workers alike.