Mass Trauma and Violence Helping Families and Children Cope
Edition: 2nd 2004
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Description: A range of effective ways to help children & families cope with major traumatic experiences such as community violence, war & terrorist attacks is outlined in this text. Case studies highlight the complexities of assessment & intervention with children of different ages & cultural backgrounds.
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List price: $49.00
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Guilford Publications
Publication date: 12/30/2003
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Theoretical Framework for Assessment and Treatment|
|The Impact of Traumatic Stress and Loss on Children and Families|
|A Developmental-Transactional Framework for Assessment of Children and Families Following a Mass Trauma|
|Treating Traumatized Children and Adolescents: Treatment Issues, Modalities, Timing, and Methods|
|Treatment of Childhood Traumatic Grief: Application of Cognitive-Behavioral and Client-Centered Therapies|
|Creation of a Group Mural to Promote Healing Following a Mass Trauma|
|How Schools Respond to Traumatic Events: Debriefing Interventions and Beyond|
|Ongoing, Long-Term Grief Support Groups for Traumatized Families|
|Bereavement Groups Soon after Traumatic Death|
|Music Therapy to Help Traumatized Children and Caregivers|
|Sandplay, Art, and Play Therapy to Promote Anxiety Reduction|
|Community Outreach and Education to Deal with Cultural Resistance to Mental Health Services|
|Living with Traumatic Memories and Ongoing Fears|
|Treatment of Psychological Trauma in Children of Military Families|
|A Drawing Technique for Diagnosis and Therapy of Adolescents Suffering Traumatic Stress and Loss Related to Terrorism|
|Living in the Shadow of Community Violence in Northern Ireland: A Therapeutic Response|
|Avoiding Vicarious Traumatization: Support, Spirituality, and Self-Care|
|Ongoing Issues and Challenges for Mental Health Professionals Working with Survivors of Mass Trauma|