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Guha Ahona



Price: $32.99
Format: Paperback / softback
ISBN13: 9781922585684
Published: February 2023

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This is a new book. Condition: Brand New.

A groundbreaking book that will expand your thinking, whether you are a trauma survivor, a clinician, someone who loves a survivor, or someone seeking to understand abuse.

In Reclaim, expert forensic and clinical psychologist Dr Ahona Guha explores complex traumas, how survivors can recover and heal, and the nature of those who abuse. She shines a light on the 'difficult' trauma victims that society often ignores, and tackles vital questions that plague us- 'Why are psychological abuse and coercive control so difficult to spot?', 'What kinds of behaviours should we see as red flags?', and 'Why do some people harm others, and how do we protect ourselves from them?'

In her forensic work, Dr Guha has had extensive experience with those who perpetrate harm, and she has a deep understanding of the psychological and social factors that cause people to abuse, bully, and harass others. In turn, her clinical work has led her to recognise the impacts of complex trauma, and the way our systems fail those who have been victimised. By emphasising compassion above all else, Dr Guha gives a call to action- one that will help us reclaim a safer, healthier society for everyone.

'Reclaim is one of those books I will revisit again, whenever I need to process certain events or experiences.'
-Dr Yumiko Kadota, author of Emotional Female

'Reclaim is for victims of abuse, for their families and loved ones, but above all for anyone who wants to understand human behaviour.'
-Mark Rubbo, Managing Director of Readings

'In a world that so often turns away from the complexities of trauma and abuse, this book turns towards them ... Reclaim is a game-changer.'
-Chris Cheers, psychologist and author of The New Rulebook

Book details and technical specifications

Format: Paperback / softback
ISBN13: 9781922585684
Published: February 2023

Number of pages: 256
Width: 154 mm
Height: 234 mm
Depth: 20 mm

Publisher: Scribe Publications

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