Children and Disasters: A Practical Guide to Healing and Recovery

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Oxford University Press, 18 .. 2002 - 200 ˹
Today, one in every three Americans will be affected by trauma, and the most vulnerable among these victims are children. Children and adolescents in our communities are exposed to disastrous and devastating events, including natural disasters, violence, accidents, and, most recently, terrorist attacks, that have a great impact on their emotional and physical well-being. Children in Disasters is a training manual and reference for those who provide psychological relief in the wake of disasters. The expert contributors offer guidance for helping children integrate their traumatic experiences, develop healthy coping skills, and restore a sense of safety.

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An Overview
6
Developmental Issues in Stress and Crisis
85
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Reaction
101
The Role of Play in the Recovery Process
124
Group Interventions for Children in Crisis
135
Gordana Kuterovac Jagodic and Ksenija Kontac
159
Index
173
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˹ 64 - The American Psychological Association The American Psychiatric Association The American Counseling Association The National Association of Social Workers The American Psychoanalytic Association The American Academy of Pediatrics Can homosexuality be cured?
˹ 74 - ... a set of nested structures, each inside the next, like a set of Russian dolls
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˹ 75 - ... immediate settings in which individuals develop. The shared experiences that occur in each setting provide a record of the microsystem and offer some clues to its future. Microsystems evolve and develop much as do individuals themselves from forces generated both within and without. The quality of a microsystem depends on its ability to sustain and enhance development, and to provide a context that is emotionally validating and developmentally challenging. This in turn depends on its capacity...
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˹ 66 - Presbyterian Church USA REACT International, Inc. The Salvation Army Society of St. Vincent de Paul Southern Baptist Convention United Methodist Church...
˹ 38 - Avoidance of thoughts, feelings, or conversations associated with the trauma. Avoidance of activities, places, or people that arouse recollections of the trauma. Inability to recall an important aspect of the trauma.
˹ 69 - When disaster strikes . . . The critical incident stress debriefing process. Journal of Emergency Medical Services, 8, 36-39.
˹ 23 - States for the benefit of families, and more particularly to consider what has been done and what still needs to be done in...

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