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Trauma Counseling : Theories and Interventions

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9780826106834

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3/1/2012
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Trauma Counseling is a comprehensive, multidisciplinary guide to the theory and treatment of survivors of a broad spectrum of traumatic events, including interpersonal violence, hate crimes, school violence, community violence, natural disasters, and war and terrorism. The book is edited by a Fulbright scholar who is internationally recognized for her work with traumatized populations in Rwanda, several southern African countries, Russia, and the United States, and includes the contributions of researchers from around the world.

Table of Contents

Contributorsp. xi
Forewordp. xv
Prefacep. xvii
Acknowledgmentsp. xxiii
Trauma and Context
An Introduction to Counseling Survivors of Trauma: Beginning to Understand the Context of Traumap. 1
Appendix
Historical Contexts of Traumap. 23
Theoretical Contexts of Trauma Counselingp. 47
Neurobiological Effects of Trauma and Psychopharmacologyp. 59
Trauma of Loss, Vulnerability, and Interpersonal Violence
Issues of Loss and Griefp. 77
Trauma Survivorship and Disabilityp. 98
Sexual Trauma: An Ecological Approach to Conceptualization and Treatmentp. 116
Trauma Experienced in Early Childhoodp. 132
Trauma Experienced in Adolescencep. 146
Treating Adult Trauma Survivorsp. 161
Intimate Partner Violencep. 178
Elder Abusep. 199
Addiction and Psychological Trauma: Implications for Counseling Strategiesp. 214
Appendix, Maureen Keating
Criminal Victimizationp. 231
Traumatic Aftermath of Homicide and Suicidep. 249
Introduction and the Trauma of Hate
Existential Perspectives on the Psychology of Evilp. 264
Racial and Ethnic Intolerance: A Framework for Violence and Traumap. 280
Understanding and Responding to Sexual and Gender Prejudice and Victimizationp. 297
Community Violence, Crisis Intervention, and Large-Scale Disaster
Contextual Issues of Community-Based Violence, Violence Specific Crisis and Disaster, and Institutional Responsep. 317
School Violence and Traumap. 335
Workplace and Campus Violencep. 349
Natural Disasters and First Responder Mental Healthp. 369
Genocide, Ethnic Conflict, and Political Violencep. 389
The Impact of War on Civiliansp. 412
The Impact of War on Military Veteransp. 434
Disaster Behavioral Health: Counselors Responding to Terrorismp. 454
Clinical Assessment and Treatment Issues
Assessment in Psychological Trauma: Methods and Interventionp. 471
Models for Trauma Intervention: Integrative Approaches to Therapyp. 493
Strategies and Techniques for Counseling Survivors of Traumap. 504
Collaborative Work in the Area of Trauma Counseling
Ethical Perspectives on Trauma Workp. 521
Vicarious Traumatizationp. 540
Therapist Self Care: Being a Healing Counselor Rather Than a Wounded Healerp. 554
Trauma and Supervisionp. 569
Conclusion: An Integrative Systemic Approach to Traumap. 579
Indexp. 587
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