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    From elementary schools to psychotherapy offices, mindfulness meditation is an increasingly mainstream practice. At the same time, trauma remains a fact of life: The majority of us will experience a traumatic event in our lifetime, and up to 20 percent of us will develop post-traumatic stress. This means that anywhere mindfulness is being practiced, someone in the room is likely to be struggling with trauma. At first glance, this appears to be a good thing: Trauma creates stress, and mindfulness is a proven tool for reducing it. But the reality is not so simple.

    Drawing on a decade of research and clinical experience, psychotherapist and educator David Treleaven shows that mindfulness meditation - practiced without an awareness of trauma - can exacerbate symptoms of traumatic stress. Instructed to pay close, sustained attention to their inner world, survivors can experience flashbacks, dissociation, and even retraumatization. This raises a crucial question for mindfulness teachers, trauma professionals, and survivors everywhere: How can we minimize the potential dangers of mindfulness for survivors while leveraging its powerful benefits?

    Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness offers answers to this question. Part I provides an insightful and concise review of the histories of mindfulness and trauma, including the way modern neuroscience is shaping our understanding of both. Through grounded scholarship and wide-ranging case examples, Treleaven illustrates the ways mindfulness can help - or hinder - trauma recovery.

    Part II distills these insights into five key principles for trauma-sensitive mindfulness. Covering the role of attention, arousal, relationship, dissociation, and social context within trauma-informed practice, Treleaven offers 36 specific modifications designed to support survivors' safety and stability. The result is a groundbreaking and practical approach that empowers those looking to practice mindfulness in a safe, transformative way.

    ©2018 David A. Treleaven (P)2018 Tantor

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    • Pamela Rae
    • 18/10/2018

    For Mindful Practitioners Only

    This isn’t a book for trauma survivors; but to show how to make a mindfulness business more trauma-sensitive.

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    • Shawn
    • 06/12/2018

    Trauma, Mindfulness, and Culture

    I have listened to many books on trauma and many more on mindfulness and read many to increase my cultural lens - this is the best summary of all those and a very helpful specific exploration to ensure mindfulness practices are tuned in to humans that have experienced trauma. Avoid inadvertently shaming survivors, and help them embrace mindfulness to rewire their brains with this wonderful, well read guide.

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    • Daria Garina
    • 14/12/2018

    Clear, timely, accessible, practical.

    This book is a necessary read for all teachers and practioners of mondfulness prsctices. its a real gift.

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    • Robin Sol Lieberman
    • 23/06/2018

    Relevant! Relevant! Relevant!

    For those who recognize that the perpetuation of humanities systemic trauma and abuse is probably not going to go away by itself. For those who want to become actively involved in seeing humanity live together in a peaceful, expansive joyous way. Not just cartoon fantasy but actually doing the honest work of allowing that potential to bloom in our lifetime. For those who are not afraid to wake up to what’s really happening inside themselves and around themselves. For those who are more interested in truth then disassociated fantasy. for those who just want the tools to create a safe space for their clients to engage in a mindfulness meditation practice. This book is for you! (This book was most definitely for me. Five stars all around!)

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    • Dani Monster
    • 09/06/2020

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    This is what we need in colonized mental health. Advocates. Thank you to the authors for this body of work.

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    • MissM
    • 04/12/2018

    interesting subject and knowledgeable author

    topic was interesting and the author was knowledgeable in how trauma effects those impacted by conditions such as Post-traumatic stress disorder.

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    • Kindle Customer
    • 13/10/2018

    Unnecessarily Political and Off-putting

    I am a trauma survivor diagnosed with complex PTSD. I have been in trauma resolution therapy for nearly 5 years and am well versed in this topic. But I couldn't get past the framing of trauma through the author's political lens. I wanted factual, practical help in how to incorporate mindfulness in my overall treatment regimen. What I got was identity politics and the contextualization of heinous violations of the human person's dignity as symptoms of systemic racism, sexism, and classism. If I want preaching, I'll go to church.

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    • Connor
    • 03/05/2021

    A great introduction to trauma-sensitive mindfulness

    After many months of pushing a close friend of mine (who has a history of trauma) towards mindfulness meditation, I was feeling frustrated that I still hadn’t sold the practice to them. Recently, we had one of these conversations about mindfulness and their hesitancy to engage in a meditation practice. That conversation helped me realize that I badly needed a book that would give me some context for their experience and help me support them better and refrain from pushing them. When I searched for “mindfulness” and “trauma,” I had no idea that I would find such an excellent match for my search. I am so grateful for this introduction to trauma-informed practice; it has helped me relate much better to those around me, operating with a greater awareness of trauma and the needs of those who have experienced it. Please, read this book!

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    • Birgitte Juliussen Haug
    • 26/03/2021

    Great for linking trauma to meditation practice

    Especially the latter part of the book is useful, where trauma and mindfulness are linked

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    • Pria Acharya
    • 19/01/2021

    Informative and Useful

    This should be read by all those interested in mindfulness and those with trauma, which would be everyone. Anyone would find relevant information in this book.

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    • F
    • 10/09/2020

    An insightful and wide perspective on Trauma, Mindfulness and Social-Cultural-Structures

    The book is primarily directed to mindfulness-teachers, wanting to gaining awareness of people struggling with mindfulness-practice and how to help them in meditation. As a mindfulness student with some emotional-past I found this book also super helpful for myself. I gained a lot of knowledge and context of Trauma and could take with me many practical suggestions and modifications for the practice.

    I would say that the book covers three, not two, key-topics:

    Mindfulness: The author gives a good introduction on mindfulness. This is delivered in Trauma-Context what gives a whole new perspective. It dampens the western mindful-hype a bit and its often reported power „to heal everything“. He also focus on the

    Trauma: The author gives a neuro-psychological overwiev of what Trauma is. He makes clear that it‘s a crucial life-saving and natural program of our body that can be well respected. Also he explains why and how these Trauma-programs occur. He gives many tipps to reintegrate Trauma, especially in mindful-context.

    Social-Cultural-Structures: An unexpected but very insightful aspect of the book is it strong focus on history and presence of social or cultural structures in the US. As an european reader I could not relate to everything, but with slight adaptions made, still to most of the interesting topics. The author explains how oppression of social or cultural groups negatively affects their lifes and can cause Trauma. He gives deeper explanations why oppression of groups may be unnoticed or ignored by its surroundig. Oppression can be invisible to the oppressors, if it happens unconscious. Also he points out that being neutral in an unfair fight (i.e. a man hits a children) means supporting the side of the perpetrator(s). Such dynamics play a crucial role to understand trauma-history and being empathic in contact to people experienced traumatic oppression. However this social-cultural-context differs in every country, so the knowledge cannot be applied everywhere. This US-only-focus could have been pointed out more clearly. Still I think the infos are valuable for most western countries.

    These three aspect make the book a very rich and wide perspective on trauma. Notice however that (of course) not every dynamic of Trauma is covered. What I personally missed was the role of trauma in family and how strong emotions of parents can be passed to the next genrations. Franz Ruppert‘s understanding of trauma is that a lot of traumas come from unhealthy relationships of children to their mother, the person with the earliest and closest connection to a child. Having a traumatised mother, that been through unbearable times of oppression per instance, the body is still occupied by these emotions. The children then cannot grow up in healthy circumstances, beeing traumatised again. If the child won’t heal this trauma it will likely pass it on again to the next generation. This is called transgenerational trauma. Probably there are some other dynamics of trauma as well, that couldn‘t be covered in the book, but I have to few information to mention more.

    Going away from the content, the book is clearly ment for studying rather than be a side-entertainment. The language is clear and well-written, so it is easy to follow if your interested in the topic. Many personal examples make the knowledge vivid and relatable. I needed to listen some parts twice or three times to take the most of it. I also could suggest buying the printed book instead or as an addition. I didn‘t read it but can imagine such a topic is easier on paper. I will for sure relisten the book to solid the knowledge or buy the book as well.

    A down-side of the book is, like with most audible books, that there are very few audio-chapters and no chapter-titles. It was unnecessary work for me to do, to bookmark the 36 trauma-modifications - this can easily be done by the producers. It also helps giving clearer structure in this complex matter, so it even has a direct impact on the book-content.

    The review, that the book has no practical suggestions, is not understandable to me - its full of them. Also it has a lot of book references. This helps finding resources for deeper study or practice.

    Overall the book is a giant source of information for me and helps integrate trauma-parts, spread my range of trauma-tolerance and made me understand better how to interact with people and their trauma-parts. Especially the unexpected social-cultural-structure part widened my view enormously. Thanks a lot for the great and empathic work. I hope this review can help someone on similar or differnet ways.

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    • Michael Graham
    • 10/08/2020

    This book is only full of anecdotal stories.

    This book is only full of anecdotal stories about traumatised people. while saying the word"mindfulness" a lot, the author never actually delivers any suggestions of methods, techniques or solutions.
    he also apparently had bad experiences with less specially mindfulness or meditation trainers, as he continually talks negatively about them, and what their inexperience could miss.
    if you have trauma, leave the book alone, as there is more chance the 9hrs of negative stories will trigger you instead of help you.
    perhaps the book helps healthy people understand what trauma is, or realise that they actually have trauma.

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    • tine
    • 13/08/2020

    Boring

    Even though I find the subject very interesting, I find the way the narrator speaks and the content of this book unfortunately boring.