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October 16, 2016 Release, Toronto, Canada:

Valerie Copping Psy. D., R.P., in a publishing contract with Routledge/New York, is compiling the theoretical and methodological under-pinning’s of the Intergenerational Treatment Model (ITTM) for academics and practitioners (anticipated release date / Spring, 2017). Copping’s theories and methodologies in trauma include 25 years of tested and proven strategies for the treatment of complex trauma. The ITTM is the only known 21-session method that treat the parent and/or caregivers for their own unresolved trauma impact from childhood first, prior to treating the child (3-18 years).

With the support of Routledge Publishers, the world's leading academic publisher in Humanities and Social Sciences who publish thousands of books and journals each year, serving scholars, instructors, and professional communities worldwide, Copping’s book is sure to receive the exposure it needs to get this important, effective and groundbreaking work into the hands of practitioners, students and researchers around the world. For Practitioners who deserve to have the information, clinical skills training and support they need to carry out their best work in the field of trauma the ITTM certification program for practitioners is now available online at www.theittm.com