Herbert C. (in preparation) – Overcoming Traumatic Stress – An Audio Companion. Constable & Robinson Ltd, London

Herbert C. (2011) – Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. In C. Feltham & I. Horton (Eds) – The Sage Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy. Third Edition. Sage Publications, London & Los Angeles

Herbert C. & Wetmore, A. [2008, 2nd Edition (1999 – 1st Edition)] Overcoming Traumatic Stress: A self-help guide using Cognitive Behavioural Techniques. Constable & Robinson Ltd, London

Herbert, C. & Didonna, F. (2006)Capire e superare il trauma – Una guida per comprendere e frontegiarre i traumi psychici. Edizioni Erickson, Gardolo, Italy

Herbert, C. (2006) – Healing from Complex Trauma: An integrative 3-systems’ approach. In J. Corrigal, H. Payne, H. Wilkinson (Eds) About a Body, Working with the Embodied Mind in Psychotherapy (pp.139-161). Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London & New York

Collard, P. (2003) – Interview with Dr Claudia Herbert. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 16(3): 187-1993

Herbert, C. (2002) – A CBT-based therapeutic alternative to working with complex client problems, European Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling and Health, 5(2): 135-144

Hallings-Pott, Waller, Scragg & Watson (2005) – ‘State Dissociation in Bulimic Eating Disorders: An Experimental Study’, International Journal of Eating Disorders (2005;38:37-41)

* Herbert C. (1995, 2nd revised edition 2000) Understanding your Reactions to Trauma – a booklet for survivors of trauma and their families.

Dr Herbert has also edited a self-help series for adolescents and books on CBT with chronic fatigue, resolving relationship problems and living positively with HIV+.

* Understanding your Reactions to Trauma was the first ever therapeutic self-help and education booklet written on trauma and PTSD in the UK. The booklet pioneered the move to demystify trauma and help the public to gain a better understanding of and control over their PTSD symptoms and suffering. It was selected as one of The Times newspaper’s Top 15 Self Help Books in 2013.

Understanding your Reactions to Trauma was distributed to 30,000 survivors of the Turkish Earthquake in 1999. It has also been translated into Japanese, Polish, Spanish and German.