32: on Complex Trauma (Part 3)

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Tim and Joanne continue their discussion of working with people experiencing complex trauma. This episode covers a variety of topics relevant for clinicians, particularly the impact on the therapist of doing this work. Intrusive and flooding memories are discussed in a way that can normalize them for people, which can lead to more acceptance and flexibility.

 

James Gandolfini’s video which we’ve mentioned before is Alive Day Memories: Home from Iraq. You can find it here: https://www.amazon.com/Alive-Day-Memories-Home-Iraq/dp/B00MLY5V2U/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1544884078&sr=8-1&keywords=alive+day+memories

 

The ACT in Context Podcast in co-hosted by Joanne Steinwachs and Timothy Gordon.

 

Curious to learn more about ACT? Get your free acceptance and commitment therapy self-help ebook:
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Resources for Professionals:
https://thezensocialworker.thinkific.com