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Table of Contents
|Trauma and Context|
|An Introduction to Counseling Survivors of Trauma: Beginning to Understand the Context of Trauma||p. 1|
|Historical Contexts of Trauma||p. 23|
|Theoretical Contexts of Trauma Counseling||p. 47|
|Neurobiological Effects of Trauma and Psychopharmacology||p. 59|
|Trauma of Loss, Vulnerability, and Interpersonal Violence|
|Issues of Loss and Grief||p. 77|
|Trauma Survivorship and Disability||p. 98|
|Sexual Trauma: An Ecological Approach to Conceptualization and Treatment||p. 116|
|Trauma Experienced in Early Childhood||p. 132|
|Trauma Experienced in Adolescence||p. 146|
|Treating Adult Trauma Survivors||p. 161|
|Intimate Partner Violence||p. 178|
|Elder Abuse||p. 199|
|Addiction and Psychological Trauma: Implications for Counseling Strategies||p. 214|
|Appendix, Maureen Keating|
|Criminal Victimization||p. 231|
|Traumatic Aftermath of Homicide and Suicide||p. 249|
|Introduction and the Trauma of Hate|
|Existential Perspectives on the Psychology of Evil||p. 264|
|Racial and Ethnic Intolerance: A Framework for Violence and Trauma||p. 280|
|Understanding and Responding to Sexual and Gender Prejudice and Victimization||p. 297|
|Community Violence, Crisis Intervention, and Large-Scale Disaster|
|Contextual Issues of Community-Based Violence, Violence Specific Crisis and Disaster, and Institutional Response||p. 317|
|School Violence and Trauma||p. 335|
|Workplace and Campus Violence||p. 349|
|Natural Disasters and First Responder Mental Health||p. 369|
|Genocide, Ethnic Conflict, and Political Violence||p. 389|
|The Impact of War on Civilians||p. 412|
|The Impact of War on Military Veterans||p. 434|
|Disaster Behavioral Health: Counselors Responding to Terrorism||p. 454|
|Clinical Assessment and Treatment Issues|
|Assessment in Psychological Trauma: Methods and Intervention||p. 471|
|Models for Trauma Intervention: Integrative Approaches to Therapy||p. 493|
|Strategies and Techniques for Counseling Survivors of Trauma||p. 504|
|Collaborative Work in the Area of Trauma Counseling|
|Ethical Perspectives on Trauma Work||p. 521|
|Vicarious Traumatization||p. 540|
|Therapist Self Care: Being a Healing Counselor Rather Than a Wounded Healer||p. 554|
|Trauma and Supervision||p. 569|
|Conclusion: An Integrative Systemic Approach to Trauma||p. 579|
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