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Treating Traumatized Children

ISBN-10: 0669209945
ISBN-13: 9780669209945
Edition: 1989
Authors: Beverly James
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Book details

List price: $37.95
Copyright year: 1989
Publisher: Free Press
Publication date: 6/1/1989
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 269
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

Beverly Jamesis a clinical social worker who has specialized in evaluating and treating traumatized children for the past twelve years. She has authored a number of articles and coauthoredTreating Sexually Abused Children and Their Families.Currently director of the James Institute in Kona, Hawaii, her training skills have brought her national and international recognition.

List of Illustrations and Tables
Preface
Acknowledgments
What Is Trauma?
Critical Aspects of Treatment
Returning to the Pain
Developmentally Sequenced Treatment
Involvement of Child's Caregivers
Direct, Open ApproachIntense, Fun Style
Multidimensional Strategy
Hidden Trauma-Reactive Behaviors
Therapist's Responses to Children's Experiences
Summary
Traumagenic States to Be Considered in Treatment Planning
Self-Blame
Powerlessness
Loss and Betrayal
Fragmentation of Bodily Experience
Stigmatization
Eroticization
Destructiveness
Dissociative/Multiple Disorder
Attachment Disorder
Summary
Guidelines for Evaluation and Treatment Planning
Clarifying Needs, Expectations, and the Therapist's Role
Physical Examination
Comprehensive Background Information
Parent Interviews
Collateral Interviews
Child Assessment
Written Report
Summary
Basic Treatment Process
Communication
Sorting OutEducation
Perspective
Summary
Explaining Therapy to the Child
Explanatory Metaphors
Summary
Self-BlameResponsibility
Creative Support for INMF
Privacy versus Secrecy
Religious Support
Summary
Powerlessness
Empowering Process
From Victim to Survivor
Summary
Destructive/Abusive Behaviors
Protection
Control
Underlying Issues
Community Members as Clinical Helpers
Dual Focus for Victim-Victimizing Child
Summary
Body Integrity
Body Awareness
Emotions Related to Body Trauma
Education Related to Body Trauma
Child's Perspective of Body Trauma
Summary
The Dissociatively Disordered Child
Dissociative Disorders
Multiple Personality Disorder
Diagnosing Dissociative Disorders
Treating the Dissociatively Disordered
Summary
Attachment Disturbance
Loss and Disruption
Reunification
Impaired Attachment
Summary
Social Rehabilitation
The Socially Inept Child
The Eroticized Child
The Agitated Child
The Socially Inhibited Child
Summary
Integration of Traumatizing Events
Clarifying Why Returning to the Pain Is Necessary
Restructuring the Traumatizing Event as a Victorious Survivor
Dealing Directly with Traumatizing Events
Experiencing Mastery
Summary
Open-Door Termination
Crisis Intervention in Large-Scale Disasters
Authority: Who's in Charge?
Obtain Current Information
Assessment and Interventions
Resources
Post-Disaster Follow Up
Summary
Techniques and Exercises
Theoretical, Developmental, and Experiential Foundations:A Personal Story
Bibliography
Resources
Behavioral Checklist to Help Aid Identification of MPD in Children and Adolescents
How to Recognize Why a Child's Behavior Activity and Learning Ability Changes
The Children's Garden Attachment Model
Child/Therapist Work ChartParent/Caregiver Work Chart
Parent/Child Supervision Guideline
Songs
Index
About the Author

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