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They’ll Never Be the Same: A Parent’s Guide to PTSD in Youth

by Michael S Scheeringa Central Recovery Press
Pub Date:
03/2018
ISBN:
9781942094616
Format:
Pbk 336 pages
Price:
AU$34.99 NZ$39.12
Product Status: In Stock Now
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A compassionate and accessible guide for parents whose children have experienced distressing or life-threatening events written by one of the foremost authorities on post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in children and adolescents.


 


Dr. Scheeringa understands the desperation many parents often feel and explains the impact of trauma, simplifies the science into layman’s terms, debunks the myths, and provides direction on navigating the confusing maze of the mental health world to find appropriate care.


 


Market:


• Addiction treatment, behavioral healthcare, and healthcare professionals.


• Child and adolescent education professionals.


• Therapists specializing in child and adolescent development.


• Parents/guardians/caregivers seeking help for a traumatized child and/or adolescent.


 
Michael S. Scheeringa, MD, currently works as a tenured professor at Tulane University School of Medicine (New Orleans, LA) as an endowed chair and the Vice Chair of Research. He has been active as both a practicing clinician and a researcher for over twenty-three years as the principal investigator on five large, federally funded research projects on the topic of PTSD in children and adolescents. He has worked with over 500 patients and families with PTSD. Much of this work has been conducted with very young children, which has given him a unique developmental perspective. This work has led to more than sixty-five scientific articles and more


than 120 lectures and workshop trainings around the US and for international audiences. He has developed multiple assessment measures that have been translated into seven languages. His CBT manual and DIPA diagnostic interview have been distributed to over 1,000 clinicians in more than twenty countries. He has been a consultant to several national efforts, including the National Academy of Sciences and the DSM-5.