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Resources

Recently published articles in a peer-reviewed journal

Gaston, L. (2019). Challenging The CBT Dogma To Treat PTSD. Combat Stress, Fall 2019, 52-63.

Gaston, L. (2019). What Is The Best Mechanism For Remitting PTSD, Trauma-Focused Or Not?
   Combat Stress, Summer 2019, 14-23
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Gaston, L. (2019). Challenging Beliefs About the Psychotherapy of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). International Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling and Psychiatry: Theory Research & Clinical Practice, 3, 1-11.


Gaston, L. (2017) Divergent mechanisms in trauma-focused vs. non-trauma-focused therapies for post-traumatic stress disorder. International Journal of Victimology, 34, 71-79.

A book on trauma psychotherapy


Within the Heart of PTSD: 
Amazing Stories of Gentle Psychotherapy and Full Trauma Recovery

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Clinical and scientific documents

  Gaston, L. (1995). Dynamic Therapy for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. In J.P. Barber and P. Crits-Chritoph (Eds),       Dynamic Therapy for Mental Disorders (Axis 1) (Axis I) (pp. 161-192). New York: Basic Books.

      •  Gaston, L. (2019). Challenging Beliefs about the Psychotherapy of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
         International Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling and Psychiatry: Theory Research & Clinical Practice, 3, 1-11.

•  Easy, Easy with PTSD: An Expert Clinicians’ Appeal (Gaston, 2015)

•  Limitations of Trauma-Focused Therapies (Gaston, 2015)


California Psychotherapy Alliance Scales

CALPAS – Manual and Scales