Rosen, Gerald M.

Clinician's Guide to Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Rosen, Gerald M. - Clinician's Guide to Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, ebook


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The diagnosis of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has increasingly been the focus of clinicians' attention when treating patients after stressful life events. This book addresses the needs and interests of practicing clinicians who need access to the findings and concerns researchers and policy makers have about PTSD. Bringing together a distinguished and international list of contributors including Edna Foa and Robert Spitzer, this book is filled with case studies and highlights important issues and treatment, providing clinicians with a sound conceptual understanding of posttraumatic stress disorder.

Keywords: Christopher Frueh, clinician’s guide to post traumatic stress disorder, PTSD, post traumatic stress disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, Frank Dattilio, Arthur Freeman, cognitive-behavioral strategies in crisis intervention, crisis intervention, disaster trauma, spousal abuse, medical patients, rape trauma, child maltreatment, traumatized psychotherapists, postabuse adjustment, traumatic disability syndromes, communal efficacy, prolonged imaginal exposure, assessing suicidal risk, investigating professionals, crisis personnel, symptom induction, psychological crises, crisis intervention work, secondary traumatic stress disorder, crisis intervention strategies, panic cycle, traumatic growth, Edna Foa, Elizabeth Hembree, Barbara Olaslov Rothbaum, prolonged exposure therapy for PTSD, emotional processing of traumatic experiences, prolonged exposure therapy, imaginal exposure, trauma reminders, fear structure, trauma memory, breathing retraining, Albert Roberts, crisis intervention handbook, triage assessment model, disaster mental health volunteers, adult abuse protocol, crisis residential unit, acute crisis episodes, psychiatric screeners, crisis intervention practitioner, active crisis state, disaster mental health workers, mobile crisis services, school crisis prevention, stalking survivors, emergency room social worker, crisis intervention protocol, effective crisis resolution, crisis caller, past coping attempts, crisis clinician, crisis precipitants, crisis intervention literature, crisis worker, crisis intervention model

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