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Getting Unstuck Unravelling the Knot of Depression Attention and Trauma

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by Don Kerson
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Getting Unstuck Unravelling the Knot of Depression Attention and Trauma by Don Kerson

Getting Unstuck is a groundbreaking first look at the complex interaction between attention, depression and the traumatic experiences of childhood. The three conditions-ADD, depression, and post-traumatic dissociation-intefere with effective living on three different levels: the neurophysiological, the biochemical and the experiential/information-processing/organization-of-the-self..

All three levels must be addressed to restore or create high functioning, and Getting Unstuck offers a detailed guide for doing just that.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 302
Size: 504 KB
Publisher: Greenpoint Psychiatric Press
Date published:  Dec 2011
ISBN: 9780976986706 (DRM-EPUB)
9780976986713 (DRM-PDF)

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