Mass trauma and violence : helping families and children cope / edited by Nancy Boyd Webb ; foreword by Victor M. Fornari.
Contributor(s): Webb, Nancy BoydSeries: Social work practice with children and families: Publisher: New York : Guilford Press, ©2004Description: xx, 378 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmISBN: 1572309768; 9781572309760Subject(s): Post-traumatic stress disorder | Post-traumatic stress disorder in children | Victims of violent crimes -- Rehabilitation | Victims of terrorism -- Rehabilitation | Disasters -- Psychological aspects | Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic -- diagnosis | Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic -- therapy | Disasters | Family Health | Violence | Névroses post-traumatiques | Névroses post-traumatiques chez l'enfant | Victimes du terrorisme -- Traitement | Posttraumatische stressstoornis | Behandeling | Adaptation psychologique | Aspect psychologique | Névrose post-traumatique | Psychothérapie | Victime de catastrophes | Victime du terrorisme | Victime de violence | Posttraumatiskt stressyndrom | Disasters -- Psychological aspects | Post-traumatic stress disorder | Post-traumatic stress disorder in children | Victims of terrorism -- RehabilitationDDC classification: 616.85/21 LOC classification: RC552.P67 | M363 2004Other classification: 44.91 Online resources: Sample text | Table of contents | Contributor biographical information | Publisher description
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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 mass trauma / Nancy Boyd Webb -- Treating traumatized children and adolescents : treatment issues, modalities, timing, and methods / Kathleen Nader -- Helping interventions. Treatment of childhood traumatic grief : application of cognitive-behavioral and client-centered therapies / Robin F. Goodman -- Creation of a group mural to promote healing following a mass trauma / Idalia Mapp, David Koch -- How schools respond to traumatic events : debriefing interventions and beyond / Mary Beth Williams -- Ongoing, long-term grief support groups for traumatized families / Charlotte Burroughs, Danny Mize -- Bereavement groups soon after traumatic deaths / Beth Hartley -- Music therapy to help traumatized children and caregivers / Joanne V. Loewy, Kristen Stewart -- Sandplay, art, and play therapy to promote anxiety reduction / Lois Carey -- Community outreach and education to deal with cultural resistance to mental health services / Lin Fang, Teddy Chen -- Living with traumatic memories and ongoing fears. Treatment of psychological trauma in children of military families / Thomas Hardaway -- A drawing technique for diagnosis and therapy of adolescents suffering traumatic stress and loss related to terrorism / Tova Yedidia, Haya Itzhaky -- Living in the shadow of community violence in Northern Ireland : a therapeutic response / Isobel Reilly, Matt McDermott, Stephen Coulter -- Avoiding vicarious traumatization : social support, spirituality, and self-care / Maddy Cunningham -- Ongoing issues and challenges for mental health professionals : working with survivors of mass trauma / Nancy Boyd Webb.
"This book describes a range of effective ways to help children and families cope with major traumatic experiences such as community violence, war, and terrorist attacks. Detailed case examples bring to life the complexities of assessment and intervention with children of different ages and cultural backgrounds, including both survivors of one-time traumatic events and those dealing with ongoing stressors like the military deployment of a parent. Expert contributors provide guidelines of setting up and running school-and clinic-based support groups; conducting brief and longer-term interventions with individuals and families; and promoting healing with art, music, and play.
Grounded in the latest knowledge on stress and coping, bereavement, attachment, and risk and resilience, and including much-needed tips for therapist self-care, this is an essential clinical resource and text."--Jacket.