Praise for "The End of Trauma"

"Everything you know about trauma is probably wrong. One book can fix that, and this is the one." Daniel Gilbert, author of  Stumbling on Happiness

“George Bonanno has hit a home run.” Sonja Lyubomirsky, author of The How of Happiness

“Bonanno is a master storyteller. The End of Trauma turns common sense on its head with impeccable science and a narrative like a suspense novel.” Lisa Feldman Barrett, author of 7 1/2 Lessons About the Brain

"An important course-correction to what is now received wisdom about trauma and how to treat it.” Wall Street Journal

"Bonanno adeptly succeeds in capturing the profound lived experience of trauma and in balancing these accounts with cutting edge findings from psychology and neuroscience." Science

“George Bonanno has done groundbreaking research on the psychology of resilience. I can’t think of a better time for his insights.” Adam Grant, author of Think Again and Option B

"A remarkable book." Richard J. McNally, Harvard University

“The End of Trauma was four decades in the making, and it was worth the wait.” Patricia Watson, National Center for PTSD

"A truly great book for everyone." Robert L.Leahy, Director, American Institute for Cognitive Therapy

"Bold and accessible, this offers much to consider" Publishers Weekly. 

George Bonanno

George Bonanno is a Professor of Clinical Psychology at Columbia University's Teachers College and internationally recognized for his pioneering research on human resilience in the face of loss and potential trauma. He is recognized by the Web of Science as among the top one percent most cited scientists in the world, and has been honored with lifetime achievement awards from the Association for Psychological Science (APS), the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS), and the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA). In addition to the books, The End of Trauma and The Other Side of Sadness, George has published hundreds of peer-reviewed scientific articles, many appearing in leading journals such as Nature, JAMA, American Psychologist, and the Annual Review of Psychology. He is also an avid painter (when he has time), reads widely, and loves music.