Haunted by Combat: Understanding PTSD in War Veterans

By Daryl S. Paulson; Stanley Krippner | Go to book overview

HAUNTED BY COMBAT
UNDERSTANDING PTSD IN WAR
VETERANS INCLUDING WOMEN,
RESERVISTS, AND THOSE COMING
BACK FROM IRAQ

Daryl S. Paulson and Stanley Krippner

Introduction by Jeffrey Kirkwood

PRAEGER SECURITY INTERNATIONAL
Westport, Connecticut • London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction - Private Traumas, Personal Mythologies- Post- Traumatic Stress Disorder among Combat Veterans xv
  • Vengeance xxii
  • 1 - An Overview of Trauma and the Mind/Body 1
  • Death’s Rainbow 7
  • 2 - History of the Diagnosis and Treatment of PTSD 8
  • Throwing Babies on Bonfires 24
  • 3 - The Phenomenology of PTSD 25
  • To Recruits 33
  • 4 - The Experiences of Reserve Soldiers 34
  • Opting out 42
  • 5 - Coming Home from the War 43
  • Patriot 49
  • 6 - Preparing for What Is to Come 50
  • War Games 60
  • 7 - Civilians at Risk 61
  • Walter’s Search 68
  • 8 - Treatment Approaches to Traumatic Disorders 69
  • After 83
  • 9 - Keys to Treating Trauma 84
  • Revenge 121
  • 10 - Alternative Approaches to Treating PTSD 122
  • Falluja Corpse 134
  • 11 - Remembrance 135
  • Let’s Try Everything 140
  • 12 - Gold along the Path 141
  • A Poem for All Nations 148
  • References 149
  • Index 165
  • About the Authors 178
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