The authors’ unique evidence-based treatment model provides therapists with a structured, yet flexible approach to treating complex trauma in children. The book’s individualized, multi-modal, assessment-based approach for complex trauma provides guidelines that help the therapist to identify specific needs for each client, along with appropriate assessment and treatment interventions. A unique chapter on supervision and therapist self-care provides guidelines and information for therapists regarding supervision, management of countertransference, and self-care. Coverage attends to the concerns of socially marginalized children, as well as less deprived children and their families, reflecting the book’s philosophical inclusion of social and cultural issues in trauma treatment.

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