|Other titles||Role of individual and transgenerational traumatisation in the causation of psychobiological illness|
|Statement||Theo K. De Graaf.|
|LC Classifications||RC343 .D385 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 349 p.|
|Number of Pages||349|
For a section of psychiatric medicine that has undergone recent significant change, Psychological Trauma addresses these advances in a critical and thorough approach. The practicing physician will find this volume an indispensable addition to the existing literature. The book discusses evidence-based trauma assessment and intervention techniques and integrates the latest findings from neuropsychology and psychopharmacology. It focuses on issues of loss and grief, survivorship and disability, genocide, natural disasters, the impact of war on civilians and veterans, and the distinct effects of trauma in early childhood, childhood, and by: This critical book - reviews the neurobiologic and neuroanatomic responses to severe traumatic events, focusing on posttraumatic stress disorder to show how an initially adaptive response becomes maladaptive by producing long-term adverse consequences.- discusses the psychiatric epidemiology of disaster, presenting a guide for clinicians in identifying and following groups at high risk for developing psychiatric disorders Author: Robert J. Ursano, Ann E. Norwood. It is easy to see why Judith Herman’s visionary book Trauma and Recovery is considered a classic in the field of psychology. In her work, Herman describes the conditions that create posttraumatic stress and then details a path of recovery/5().
This is one of the best books I have read in a long time on the issue of trauma."—David Becker, Free University Berlin "The Empire of Trauma is a nuanced study of the complex and contradictory histories of practices and debates within psychiatry, military medicine, psychoanalysis, political activism, and international humanitarianism. It is a. This book gives mental health professionals the knowledge and practical skills they need to provide effective treatment to individuals who engage in intimate partner violence and have a history of exposure to trauma. The editors have interspersed throughout the book parentheses leading the reader to other related chapters, but a summarizing contribution would have been welcome. That small qualm notwithstanding, PTD is essential reading for anyone wanting to understand how trauma, dissociation, and psychosis both converge and diverge. (Journal of Trauma and. However, diagnosis rates of PTSD in psychiatric inpatient treatment settings are consistently lower than expected given the rate of trauma exposure. It seems inpatient psychiatric treatment may focus more on primary psychiatric symptoms (eg, psychosis) that brought the patient in, while identifying and treating PTSD may be secondary.
Disaster Distress Hotline: This helpline, sponsored by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), provides immediate counseling for people affected by any disaster or tragedy. Call to connect with a trained professional from the closest crisis counseling center within the network. COMMENTARY. Mental health caregivers have all too often had to work in situations where patients’ needs far outstrip available resources. It is akin to the triage experienced at times in emergency rooms, on the battlefield, or by clinicians dedicated to the care of underserved populations. 1 The chaos and uncertainty generated by the COVID pandemic mirrors historical reports of other. Designed for clinicians at every level, The American Psychiatric Association Publishing Textbook of Anxiety, Trauma, and OCD-Related Disorders addresses the origin, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of these disorders in a comprehensive, up-to-date, and compelling manner. The PCL-5 is a item self-report screening measure that assesses the 20 DSM-5 symptoms of PTSD. The PCL-5 has a variety of purposes, such as monitoring symptom change during and after treatment, screening individuals for PTSD, and making a provisional PTSD diagnosis.