These are the books, therapies and resources I wish I'd known about when I was a family doctor and when I first started getting sick with what would turn out to be a disabling chronic illness. This compilation adds to traditional approaches with the most helpful resources I’ve found over the past 20 years of learning about the science of adversity, why it's not psychological and how to heal the effects of trauma.
I've added a mention to a beautiful example of CBT in Dr. Nadine Burke Harris' clinic mentioned in her book The Deepest Well. I've also incorporated a list references. The article by Dr. Rachel Yehuda and others with extensive experience in the field of PTSD offer an example of how, given the complex and long-lasting effects of adversity, we need to be careful to not limit ourselves only to RCT-based specific approaches that are most well known. Many of us need many tools for this often...
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