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4 Best PTSD Books

Discover a comprehensive collection of PTSD books, offering insights, support, and guidance to help individuals navigate their healing journey.


The Body Keeps The Score

by Bessel Van Der Kolk

4.8 (61679 reviews)

What is The Body Keeps The Score about?

In this groundbreaking book, a renowned psychiatrist explores the profound impact of trauma on the human body, mind, and soul. Drawing on decades of research and clinical experience, the author reveals how trauma can reshape our brains and bodies, leading to a range of physical and psychological symptoms. Through compelling case studies and innovative therapies, he offers hope and guidance for healing, emphasizing the importance of understanding the intricate connection between the brain, mind, and body in the journey towards recovery.

Who should read The Body Keeps The Score

  • Mental health professionals seeking a comprehensive understanding of trauma healing.

  • Individuals who have experienced trauma and want to explore healing options.

  • Researchers and academics interested in the intersection of psychology and neuroscience.


All Secure

by Tom Satterly, Steve Jackson

4.8 (851 reviews)

What is All Secure about?

In this gripping memoir, a former special operations soldier recounts his harrowing experiences on the battlefield and the challenges he faced upon returning home. Tom Satterly takes readers on a journey through the intense world of combat, sharing the adrenaline-fueled missions and the toll they took on his mental and emotional well-being. With raw honesty, he sheds light on the struggles of transitioning to civilian life and the importance of finding support and healing in the face of trauma.

Who should read All Secure

  • Military personnel seeking insights into the challenges of special operations.

  • Families of soldiers looking for understanding and support.

  • Readers interested in gripping firsthand accounts of war experiences.


Walk in My Combat Boots

by James Patterson, Matt Eversmann, and Chris Mooney

4.6 (5948 reviews)

What is Walk in My Combat Boots about?

"Walk in My Combat Boots" is a gripping collection of true stories that offers a raw and intimate glimpse into the lives of American soldiers. Written by James Patterson, Matt Eversmann, and Chris Mooney, this book takes readers on a powerful journey through the experiences of those who have served in the military, sharing their triumphs, struggles, and sacrifices on the battlefield and beyond. It is a poignant tribute to the bravery and resilience of our armed forces.

Who should read Walk in My Combat Boots

  • Military veterans seeking to understand the experiences of fellow soldiers.

  • History enthusiasts interested in firsthand accounts of combat missions.

  • Individuals looking to gain insight into the realities of war.


The End of Mental Illness

by Daniel G. Amen

4.6 (3117 reviews)

What is The End of Mental Illness about?

In this thought-provoking book, renowned author Daniel G. Amen delves into the complex world of mental illness. Drawing upon his extensive experience as a psychiatrist, he challenges traditional views and offers a fresh perspective on understanding and treating these conditions. Through a comprehensive exploration of brain health, Amen provides valuable insights and practical strategies to help readers overcome the challenges of mental illness and achieve lasting well-being.

Who should read The End of Mental Illness

  • Individuals struggling with mental health issues seeking practical solutions.

  • Mental health professionals looking for innovative approaches and insights.

  • Anyone interested in understanding the impact of mental illness.