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Retraumatization : Assessment, Treatment, and Prevention

By: Duckworth, Melanie P.
Contributor(s): Follette, Victoria M.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Hoboken : Taylor and Francis, 2012Description: 1 online resource (477 p.).ISBN: 9780203866320.Subject(s): Diseases - Relapse | Diseases -- Relapse | Post-traumatic stress disorder | Post-traumatic stress disorder | Recurrence | Recurrence | Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic - prevention & control | Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic -- prevention & control | Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic - psychology | Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic -- psychology | Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic - therapy | Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic -- therapyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Retraumatization : Assessment, Treatment, and PreventionDDC classification: 616.85/21 | 616.8521 LOC classification: RC552.P67 R48 2011Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Retraumatization Assessment, Treatment, and Prevention; Copyright; Contents; Editors; Contributors; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Cognitive Behavioral Conceptualization of Retraumatization; Chapter 3: A Psychodynamic Conceptualization of Retraumatization; Chapter 4: Neurobiology of Retraumatization; Chapter 5: Conservation of Resources Theory: The Central Role of Resource Loss and Gain in Understanding R etraumatization; Chapter 6: A Functional Analytic Conceptualization of Retraumatization: Implications for Clinical Assessment
Chapter 7: Retraumatization and Complex Traumatic Stress: A Treatment OverviewChapter 8: Retraumatization and Revictimization: An Attachment Perspective; Chapter 9: Multiple Experiences of Combat Trauma; Chapter 10: Dual Combat and Sexual Trauma During Military Service; Chapter 11: Multiple Traumas in Civilian Casualties of Organized Political Violence; Chapter 12: Revictimization: Experiences Related to Child, Adolescent, and Adult Sexual Trauma; Chapter 13: Multiple Experiences of Domestic Violence and Associated Relationship Features
Chapter 14: Retraumatization Associated With Disabling Physical InjuriesChapter 15: Controversies Related to the Study and Treatment of Multiple Experiences of Trauma; Chapter 16: Conclusions and Future Directions in the Assessment, Treatment, and Prevention of Retraumatization; Index
Summary: Exposure to potentially traumatic events puts individuals at risk for developing a variety of psychological disorders; the complexities involved in treating them are numerous and have serious repercussions. How should diagnostic criteria be defined? How can we help a client who does not present with traditional PTSD symptoms? The mechanisms of human behavior need to be understood and treatment needs to be tested before we can move beyond traditional diagnostic criteria in designing and implementing treatment. No better guide than Retraumatization exists to fulfill these goal
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Cover; Retraumatization Assessment, Treatment, and Prevention; Copyright; Contents; Editors; Contributors; Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Cognitive Behavioral Conceptualization of Retraumatization; Chapter 3: A Psychodynamic Conceptualization of Retraumatization; Chapter 4: Neurobiology of Retraumatization; Chapter 5: Conservation of Resources Theory: The Central Role of Resource Loss and Gain in Understanding R etraumatization; Chapter 6: A Functional Analytic Conceptualization of Retraumatization: Implications for Clinical Assessment

Chapter 7: Retraumatization and Complex Traumatic Stress: A Treatment OverviewChapter 8: Retraumatization and Revictimization: An Attachment Perspective; Chapter 9: Multiple Experiences of Combat Trauma; Chapter 10: Dual Combat and Sexual Trauma During Military Service; Chapter 11: Multiple Traumas in Civilian Casualties of Organized Political Violence; Chapter 12: Revictimization: Experiences Related to Child, Adolescent, and Adult Sexual Trauma; Chapter 13: Multiple Experiences of Domestic Violence and Associated Relationship Features

Chapter 14: Retraumatization Associated With Disabling Physical InjuriesChapter 15: Controversies Related to the Study and Treatment of Multiple Experiences of Trauma; Chapter 16: Conclusions and Future Directions in the Assessment, Treatment, and Prevention of Retraumatization; Index

Exposure to potentially traumatic events puts individuals at risk for developing a variety of psychological disorders; the complexities involved in treating them are numerous and have serious repercussions. How should diagnostic criteria be defined? How can we help a client who does not present with traditional PTSD symptoms? The mechanisms of human behavior need to be understood and treatment needs to be tested before we can move beyond traditional diagnostic criteria in designing and implementing treatment. No better guide than Retraumatization exists to fulfill these goal

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<p>Melanie P. Duckworth, PhD, is Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Nevada- Reno, USA. She is a well-published author whose work can be found in numerous academic journals.</p> <p>Victoria M. Follette, PhD, is Psychology Department Chair and Professor at the University of Nevada- Reno, USA. She is also the 2006 recipient of the university's Silver Compass Award and the 2008 recipient of the Foundation Professor Award.</p>

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