Clinicians and researchers alike recognize that the treatment for complex forms of PTSD generally progress in three stages; stabilization, remembrance and mourning, and reconnection. In my work, over several years, I have recognized that these stages have a strong correlation with Erikson's stages of psychosocial development. Upon having this realization, I embarked on a journey to find out how these psychosocial stages are reenacted in the process of therapy. The findings are presented in this book. The book should go to editing by the end of the year, and to publishing shortly after.