Handbook of Women, Stress and Trauma (Bruuner-Routledge by Kathleen Kendall-Tackett

By Kathleen Kendall-Tackett

The instruction manual of girls, pressure and Trauma makes a speciality of the stresses and traumas which are specific to the lives of ladies. it's the first textual content to merge study from the fields of trauma and women's well-being and improvement. utilizing a lifespan developmental process, the textual content starts off by way of addressing particular matters ladies face of their lives, drawing upon theories of improvement and exploring how women's relationships with others buffer - or occasionally reason - pressure and trauma. Combining points of woman improvement with empirical facts from the fields of women's health and wellbeing, kin violence and tension and coping, this quantity is helping delicate care prone to the explicit wishes of girls uncovered to tense occasions.

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