by Edith Shiro
A groundbreaking book offering readers a five-stage framework for achieving post traumatic growth, similar to Kubler-Ross's five-stages of grief.
Until recently, the field of medicine and psychology has focused on the negative outcome of trauma and its symptoms, including posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other psychiatric diagnoses. However, there is another outcome: people can transform and thrive following traumatic experiences. This is called posttraumatic growth. THE TRAMPOLINE EFFECT presents a five-stage model, with guidance for people to develop coping skills and resilience and to achieve posttraumatic growth.
Licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Edith Shiro is known for her work in the fields of trauma and post-traumatic stress. A grandchild of Holocaust survivors, she has had a lifelong interest in how people respond to trauma and why. She developed this five-stage model to help clients not just survive but thrive after trauma. Dr. Shiro will explain why resilience - so often touted as the key to overcoming trauma - can actually stunt post-traumatic growth, and offers a new, empowering framework for readers.
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Date of Publication: 14/02/2023