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The pain we carry: healing from complex PTSD for people of color
(Book Club Kit)

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Oakland, CA : New Harbinger Publications, Inc., [2022].
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Book Club Kit
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10 books (pagination and text size may vary) ; [dimensions may vary] + 1 reader's guide ; all in zippered bag.
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TELL WPL Book Club
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"This groundbreaking work illuminates the phenomena of complex post-traumatic stress disorder (C-PTSD) as it is uniquely experienced by people of color, and provides a much-needed path to reclaiming health and wholeness despite the heavy burden of systemic, intergenerational, and attachment trauma resulting from racism in our country. Readers of color will find affirmation of their experience of C-PTSD from both a social justice and psychological lens, and learn techniques for reclaiming wholeness"--

"It's time to heal the invisible wounds of complex trauma and reclaim your mind, body, and spirit. If you are a person of color who has experienced repeated trauma-such as discrimination, race-related verbal assault, racial stigmatization, poverty, sexual trauma, or interpersonal violence-you may struggle with intense feelings of anger, mistrust, or shame. You may feel unsafe or uncomfortable in your own body, or struggle with building and keeping close relationships. Sometimes you may feel very alone in your pain. But you are not alone. This groundbreaking work illuminates the phenomena of complex post-traumatic stress disorder (C-PTSD) as it is uniquely experienced by people of color, and provides a much-needed path to health and wholeness.In The Pain We Carry, you'll find powerful tools to help you understand and begin healing from repeated trauma. You'll discover ways to feel safer in your body, build self-compassion and resilience, and reclaim your health and wellness by reconnecting with your sense of self and your ancestral wisdom. You'll learn how trauma is connected to grief, how it can affect both the mind and the body, and how it can persist from one generation to the next. Most importantly, you'll find the validation you need to begin mending your heart, and the skills you need to live a life of intention-even in the midst of an oppressive system.It's time to find relief from the trauma and burdens you have been carrying and start celebrating and rediscovering who you are. With this guide, you will uncover your own strength in order to work toward healing C-PTSD within the external constraints you face to live a life of resilience, empowerment, reflection, and perseverance"--

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"This groundbreaking work illuminates the phenomena of complex post-traumatic stress disorder (C-PTSD) as it is uniquely experienced by people of color, and provides a much-needed path to reclaiming health and wholeness despite the heavy burden of systemic, intergenerational, and attachment trauma resulting from racism in our country. Readers of color will find affirmation of their experience of C-PTSD from both a social justice and psychological lens, and learn techniques for reclaiming wholeness"--,Provided by publisher.
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"It's time to heal the invisible wounds of complex trauma and reclaim your mind, body, and spirit. If you are a person of color who has experienced repeated trauma-such as discrimination, race-related verbal assault, racial stigmatization, poverty, sexual trauma, or interpersonal violence-you may struggle with intense feelings of anger, mistrust, or shame. You may feel unsafe or uncomfortable in your own body, or struggle with building and keeping close relationships. Sometimes you may feel very alone in your pain. But you are not alone. This groundbreaking work illuminates the phenomena of complex post-traumatic stress disorder (C-PTSD) as it is uniquely experienced by people of color, and provides a much-needed path to health and wholeness.In The Pain We Carry, you'll find powerful tools to help you understand and begin healing from repeated trauma. You'll discover ways to feel safer in your body, build self-compassion and resilience, and reclaim your health and wellness by reconnecting with your sense of self and your ancestral wisdom. You'll learn how trauma is connected to grief, how it can affect both the mind and the body, and how it can persist from one generation to the next. Most importantly, you'll find the validation you need to begin mending your heart, and the skills you need to live a life of intention-even in the midst of an oppressive system.It's time to find relief from the trauma and burdens you have been carrying and start celebrating and rediscovering who you are. With this guide, you will uncover your own strength in order to work toward healing C-PTSD within the external constraints you face to live a life of resilience, empowerment, reflection, and perseverance"--,Provided by publisher.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Gutiérrez, N. Y. (2022). The pain we carry: healing from complex PTSD for people of color. Oakland, CA, New Harbinger Publications, Inc.

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Gutiérrez, Natalie Y.. 2022. The Pain We Carry: Healing From Complex PTSD for People of Color. Oakland, CA, New Harbinger Publications, Inc.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)

Gutiérrez, Natalie Y., The Pain We Carry: Healing From Complex PTSD for People of Color. Oakland, CA, New Harbinger Publications, Inc, 2022.

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Gutiérrez, Natalie Y.. The Pain We Carry: Healing From Complex PTSD for People of Color. Oakland, CA, New Harbinger Publications, Inc, 2022.

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