trauma

 

You’ve authored and co-authored other books, what makes this one stand out from the rest?

I hit my story-telling stride with this book. It is the follow-up to The Dark Side of the Mind: Stories from my life as a...

Professor George A. Bonanno is author of The End of Trauma: How the New Science of Resilience is Changing How We Think About PTSD (Basic Books).

The conventional view is that people who have been through a terrible experience...

I first came across Noreen’s work when I was joint editor of the book Emerging Conversations in Coaching and Coaching Psychology. Noreen wrote a chapter with David Lane, arguing that an understanding of trauma is not only an issue for clinical and counselling...

We know many of the correlates of resilience, but we still can’t predict who will be resilient to potentially traumatic events with much accuracy. That’s the ‘resilience paradox’, and Professor George Bonanno (Teachers College, Columbia University) has a solution....

In a symposium from the Crisis, Disaster and Trauma Psychology Section of the British Psychological Society, Christina Buxton reminded us that the UK Risk Register has for many years highlighted the risks for pandemics, yet their psychological impact is still not well...

The UK Trauma Council (UKTC) and three child bereavement charities have appealed for more awareness of traumatic bereavement, particularly in the context of the coronavirus pandemic. 

There have been more than 120,000 deaths in the UK due to the pandemic, with a large...

In this ‘whistle-stop’ tour of dissociation, Sinason offers a neat and surprising insight into trauma and dissociation. Having expected a run of the mill outline of dissociation, the short read of only 154 pages was, in fact, relevant, informative and thought-provoking....

Compassion is key to midwifery. Midwifery involves being able to be ‘with woman’ while those that she serves embark on their journey of pregnancy, birth and beyond. During pregnancy, during birth, and after birth, we know that the mother’s relaxation levels are important....

Events which expose children and young people to trauma, including Covid-19 and disasters such as the Grenfell Tower fire, can have a lasting impact on children and young people – exposing them to a greater risk of mental health problems in the future. A group of 22 experts...

As we emerge from lockdown and adapt to the ‘new normal’, we must recognise the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on our psychological wellbeing and discuss ways to heal and move forward. This is all the more difficult as the pandemic has limited access to community and health...