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When Trauma Wounds: Pathways to Healing and Hope

When Trauma Wounds: Pathways to Healing and Hope

Author: 
Karen A. McClintock (Author)
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Description

In When Trauma Wounds, psychologist Karen A. McClintock combines psychological approaches with faith resources to improve trauma recovery. Whether you have experienced trauma or are a caregiving pastor, church member, or friend to a survivor, this book will familiarize you with trauma symptoms and healing strategies. McClintock shows readers how to create a sanctuary to shelter a wounded soul. She helps trauma survivors find acceptance, hope, and healing.

ISBN: 
9781506434254
Price: 
$18.99
ISBN: 
9781506434261
Release date: 
February 1, 2019
Pages: 
180
Width: 
9
Height: 
9

Endorsements

 This is a must read in every seminary classroom and by every pastor.

Karen A. McClintock has written a book helpful for every pastor, caregiver, family member, and survivor of trauma. Her explorations of real-life stories, combined with suggestions for concrete responses to traumas, provide a compelling invitation to hope, resiliency, and justice. This is a must read in every seminary classroom and by every pastor.

Joretta Marshall | Brite Divinity School

This book is a pleasure to read and is rich with numerous personalized examples, narratives, and case studies. 

When Trauma Wounds offers a comprehensive view of trauma and its powerful effects on health and well-being for individuals and society. This book is a pleasure to read and is rich with numerous personalized examples, narratives, and case studies. It reflects the sensitivity of a compassionate practitioner with a rich and diverse professional background in mental-health counseling and parish ministry.”

Richard Riddoch | hospice and medical social worker