The Trauma Information Pages, in association with Amazon.com, lets you purchase books directly from this page. Here, you'll find a selected bibliography of recent and classic books on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, emotional trauma, PTSD, disaster mental health, and related issues. New releases are listed first, but all recommended texts are categorized and selected to be of interest to professionals (e.g., clinicians, researchers, teachers, or librarians), university students, and the public (especially survivors, and their families or friends).
If you buy volumes directly from this page, either from the recommended list or through the search engine below, Amazon.com will contribute to the PTSD Support Services web site. All donations received will go directly toward maintaining this site and help to reduce our costs for presentations. Amazon.com ships purchases anywhere in the world, ensures your privacy, and offers excellent customer service (including gift wrapping). You can buy texts from this page in three different ways:
First, the recommended titles listed below are linked to book descriptions at Amazon.com's web site. Just click on the title for additional information about that text (some have reader reviews), then follow the links to purchase it from Amazon.com
To be sure the PTSD Support Services web site receives a donation from Amazon.com for your purchases, you must order books directly from these pages page -- using either the book title links or the search engine. Of course, you can use this bibliography of recommended trauma books in other ways as well, like requesting them from your local library. Its up to you. (We could use the support to keep this site open! :>)
Second, you'll find the Amazon.com search engine near the bottom and side bar of this page. Just enter search terms (e.g., authors, titles, or keywords)to find books available from Amazon.com in any area of interest.
Third, at the top of each category page you will find a link that will directly to Amazon.com that is specific to your personal interest. This makes for fast searches of your personal interest topics dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder!
Please let me know if you want to recommend a good trauma book to add to these lists. In any case, enjoy the list!