The embodied and trauma-informed orientation to clinical practice described in this book is inspiring, informative, and useful. Quinn articulates a creative, whole-person model that serves as a comprehensive guide for healing and transformation through experiential engagement with the body, heart, and mind.
— Loretta Pyles, State University of New York at Albany and author of Healing Justice: Holistic Self-Care for Change Makers
Quinn takes us one step ahead by building on trauma therapies and neuroscience, which she summarizes in an ingenious and comprehensive way. Quinn offers an innovative and integrative trauma therapy that brings left and right hemispheres together, while protecting the client from being retraumatized. This book is a must-read for trauma clinicians.
— Nez Elik, psychologist in private practice
Distilling decades of clinical wisdom, Alyson Quinn gifts us with an accessible book that guides us through the tenuous terrain of trauma. Her bird’s-eye view of the landscape of literature offers us new avenues of inquiry... A must-read for anyone in the helping professions.
— Maki Iwase, Vancouver Community College