I need to tell you something just in case you didn’t get the memo. I’m a bibliophile. Next to collecting mid-century furniture, books are my passion, so imagine my joy when the publisher of this book asked me to write a review for my blog. Consider this my disclosure. I didn’t pay for this book…but I would have because it’s that good. The Post Traumatic Insomnia Workbook by Karin Elorriaga Thompson, PH.D and C. Laurel Franklin, PH.D gives nurses the tools they need to help patients suffering from PTSD. Patients with PTSD generally have sleeping disorders and this book gives concrete, step by step instructions and exercises that will help patients work through their issues. I just sent in an article to NursingLink today about PTSD. I’ll put up a link when it’s published next month. In the meantime, buy this book, and check out my latest article at NursingLink about how to write your yearly self evaluation. Every nurse deserves a big, fat raise.