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Traumatic Stress and Its Aftermath: Cultural, Community, and Professional Contexts

Medical


by
Sandra Lee

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 118 pages

File size: 2.2 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

This book will educate you about the aftermath of traumatic stress as it impacts people in a variety of settings. It explores the factors that lead to increased or reduced vulnerability to the effects of traumatic stress, emphasizing the impact of cumulative/multiple trauma rather than the effects of a single traumatic incident, to help you design and implement effective prevention and intervention programs. You’ll learn about adolescent girls’ experiences with violence and trauma, about the experiences of urban African-American youth, of people with strong spiritual/religious beliefs, and of female trauma therapists themselves?with important information on avoiding vicarious traumatization.

This book will educate you about the aftermath of traumatic stress as it impacts people in a variety of settings. It explores the factors that lead to increased or reduced vulnerability to the effects of traumatic stress, emphasizing the impact of cumulative/multiple trauma rather than the effects of a single traumatic incident, to help you design and implement effective prevention and intervention programs. You’ll learn about adolescent girls’ experiences with violenceā€¦ (more)

This book will educate you about the aftermath of traumatic stress as it impacts people in a variety of settings. It explores the factors that lead to increased or reduced vulnerability to the effects of traumatic stress, emphasizing the impact of cumulative/multiple trauma rather than the effects of a single traumatic incident, to help you design and implement effective prevention and intervention programs. You’ll learn about adolescent girls’ experiences with violence and trauma, about the experiences of urban African-American youth, of people with strong spiritual/religious beliefs, and of female trauma therapists themselves?with important information on avoiding vicarious traumatization.

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