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(p. 59) Session 2: Common Reactions to Trauma and Craving Awareness 

(p. 59) Session 2: Common Reactions to Trauma and Craving Awareness
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(p. 59) Session 2: Common Reactions to Trauma and Craving Awareness
Author(s):

Sudie E. Back

, Edna B. Foa

, Therese K. Killeen

, Katherine L. Mills

, Maree Teesson

, Bonnie Dansky Cotton

, Kathleen M. Carroll

, and Kathleen T. Brady

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199334537.003.0004
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date: 22 October 2019

This chapter describes session 2 of the COPE therapy. It guides the therapist through the common reactions to traumatic experiences, such as fear and anxiety, avoidance, intrusive memories, trouble concentrating, sleep impairment, and irritability. Next, cravings for alcohol or drugs are reviewed for the therapist, as well as common triggers, including PTSD-related triggers, for cravings.

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