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Dr. Anngwyn St. Just

A Question of Balance

A Systemic Approach to Understanding and Resolving Trauma
ISBN: 978-1439201374
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This is the book I have been waiting for! Anngwyn St. Just has brought key strands of knowledge and practice that contribute to a systemic world view of trauma, together with innovative methods she has developed in search of resolution. Supported by fascinating case studies and examples from recent history, she sheds light on the deep coherence that lies behind the tenacity of much trauma as it cascades down and through the generations. She guides the reader toward a focus on resources and the restoration of dignity to both victims and perpetrators and to look to the unfinished business of war and other major calamities. This book widens the base of compassion and competence, for all who are concerned with the healing of trauma."

Judith Hemming, Gestalt therapist, trainer and co-founder of The Center for the Study of Intimate and Social Systems. London, UK. Again, Dr. St. Just uses her laser-like insights into the heart of the inherent and myr­iad complexities of healing trauma. Her many years of expertise and clinical skill in mining the depths of both somatic and systemic perspectives to reveal the Trans-generational implications of one's personal trauma history, as well as the significant interconnections that we all share with known and unknown others. A Question of Balance provides a genuinely new, leading edge contribution to the field of trauma­tology...Highly recommended for anyone interested in understanding and resolving overwhelming life experiences. A perfect companion for Peter Levine's Waking the Tiger-Healing Trauma.

Diane Poole Heller Ph.D., Senior Faculty for Somatic Experiencing Trainings, Healing Attachment Seminars and author of Crash Course: A Self Healing Guide to Auto Accident and Trauma Recovery.

Anngwyn St. Just Ph.D. is a systemically oriented social traumatologist and cultural historian holding advanced degrees from the Western Institute for Social Research and the University of California at Berkeley. As founder and director of the Arizona Center for Social Trauma she specializes in developing multimodal, cross cultural, and body oriented methods for trauma education and recovery. Through ACST-International she offers seminars and training programs in systemic approaches to individual and social trauma.
Dr.St. Just offers a compassionate and profound understanding of human responses to trauma ...which opens a whole new and hopeful venue of work.