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AMI/TIRA Newsletter Volumes 1-2: Selected Reprints 2004-2005

Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) is a brief, person-centered therapy for resolving symptoms of traumatic stress (acute and chronic) including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). This collection of newsletters chronicles the role of the Traumatic Incident Reduction Association (TIRA) in providing support for facilitators around the world as they engage with diverse populations including crime victims, domestic violence survivors, children, natural disaster survivors, accident victims, and combat veterans.

These practitioners include psychologists, social workers, ministers, domestic violence counsellors, and lay practitioners who work in various settings such as hospital clinics, private practices, shelters, victim services agencies, and disaster sites.

This "best of" collection includes interviews with leading practitioners, papers on the theory of Applied Metapsychology, and research results from 2004-2005. Also includes an appendix with reprints from the TIRA News & Views Newsletter 1998-2003. Extensive index and bibliography.

Includes articles by:

and many more