eBook Encyclopedia Of Trauma, 1st Edition

  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1452266689
  • ISBN-13: 9781452266688
  • DDC: 616.85
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 752 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2012 | Published/Released October 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2012
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Overview

This reference source on trauma includes articles on human behavioral and neurobiological responses to trauma, which are largely shaped by our genetic and cultural heritage. Includes coverages of professional standards in working with the traumatized and the effects of trauma on health professionals.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Dedication.
List of Entries.
Reader’s Guide.
About the Editor.
Contributors.
Introduction.
Foreword.
1: Abduction/Kidnapping.
2: Abortion.
3: Acute Stress Disorder.
4: Additive Trauma.
5: African American Culture and Trauma.
6: African Women and Girls’ Trauma.
7: Alcohol and Trauma.
8: Anthropology and Trauma.
9: Anthropology and War.
10: Art and Trauma.
11: Assisted Suicide.
12: Battered Women.
13: Bearing Witness to Trauma.
14: Bereavement.
15: Biological Effects of Physical and Psychological Trauma.
16: Biological Mechanism of Traumatic Stress Response.
17: Biology and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
18: Blaming the Victim.
19: Boundaries and Boundary Violations.
20: Boundary Issues for Traumatologists.
21: Brain and Memory.
22: Brain and Trauma.
23: Burnout.
24: Campus Violence.
25: Childhood and Adolescent Trauma: An Overview.
26: Childhood and Adolescent Trauma: Assessment and Treatment.
27: Childhood Trauma and the Juvenile Justice System.
28: Childhood Traumatic Stress.
29: Children of War.
30: Clergy, Counseling by.
31: Clergy, Sexual Abuse by.
32: Clinical Trauma Psychology.
33: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
34: Cognitive Processing Therapy.
35: Cognitive Restructuring and Trauma.
36: Combat Chaplains.
37: Combat Medics and Corpsmen.
38: Combat Mortuary Services.
39: Combat Stress Control.
40: Combat-Related Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
41: Combat-Related Stress Injury: Theory, Research, and Management.
42: Community Disasters.
43: Community Resilience.
44: Community Violence.
45: Compassion Fatigue.
46: Complex Trauma.
47: Comstock Act.
48: Conservation of Resources Theory.
49: Conspiracy of Silence.
50: Correctional Officers and Trauma.
51: Counseling and Education about Trauma.
52: Counterbalancing Stress.
53: Countertransference.
54: Crime Scene Investigation.
55: Criminal Behavior Consequent to War.
56: Critical Illness in Children.
57: Critical Incident Stress.
58: Cults and Sects.
59: Cultural Aspects of Trauma.
60: Cultural Diversity in Trauma Response.
61: Culture and Cultural Beliefs.
62: Culture and Trauma.
63: Cumulative Trauma.
64: Dance and Trauma.
65: Date Rape/Acquaintance Rape.
66: Death Notification in War.
67: Debriefing.
68: Despair, Posttraumatic.
69: Disaster Medicine.
70: Disaster Mortuary Services.
71: Disaster-Related Trauma.
72: Disasters, History of.
73: Dissociation.
74: Dissociative Identity Disorder and Trauma.
75: Early Interventions.
76: Emergency Care and Services.
77: Encoding Trauma, Neurobiology of.
78: Ethical Dilemmas in Treatment of Trauma.
79: Ethics.
80: Ethnicity, Culture, and Disaster Response.
81: Evidence-Based Practice.
82: Expressive Art Therapies.
83: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing: Theory and Research.
84: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing: Treatment.
85: Family and Couples Trauma and Treatment.
86: Family-Based Treatment for Child Traumatic Stress.
87: Fear, Posttraumatic.
88: Financial Crises and Meltdowns.
89: First Responders and Trauma.
90: Fragility, Posttraumatic.
91: Genetic Epidemiology.
92: Genocide.
93: Genocide, Cambodia’s Mass Casualty Trauma.
94: Genocide in Non-Western Nations.
95: Grief, Complicated.
96: Grief and Mourning.
97: Growth, Posttraumatic.
98: Hate Crimes.
99: Hippocampus.
100: Homicide and Trauma.
101: Human Trafficking.
102: Humanitarian Missions.
103: Humor and Trauma.
104: Hypnosis in the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
105: Iatrogenic Effects.
106: Incarceration and Trauma.
107: Incest.
108: Internet Terrorism.
109: Internet-Based Therapies for Posttraumatic Stress.
110: Journalism.
111: Law Enforcement Officers.
112: Lawsuits against Behavioral Health Professionals.
113: Lawsuits against Medical Professionals.
114: Limbic System.
115: Literary Expressions of Trauma.
116: Male Rape.
117: Managing Trauma Symptoms.
118: Marital Rape.
119: Marriage and the Marital Relationship.
120: Mass Violence.
121: Medical Marijuana and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
122: Medical Trauma Research.
123: Meditation.
124: Memorial Architecture.
125: Memory Work.
126: Military Families, Effects of Combat and Deployment on.
127: Military Psychology and Combat Stress Injuries.
128: Military Sexual Abuse.
129: Military Social Work and Combat Stress Management.
130: Military Trauma.
131: Mowrer’s Two-Factor Theory.
132: Murder.
133: Neurobiological Effects of Trauma.
134: Neurobiology of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Suicide.
135: Nongovernmental Organizations, Governments, and Humanitarian Aid.
136: Pain.
137: Parenting during and after Traumatic Events.
138: Peacekeeping Missions.
139: Perinatal Trauma.
140: Perinatal Trauma, Long-Term Consequences of.
141: Perpetrators of Trauma.
142: Personality Disorders.
143: Pharmacotherapy.
144: Philosophy and Ethics of Trauma Treatments.
145: Philosophy of Trauma.
146: Philosophy of Trauma Nursing.
147: Poetry and Trauma.
148: Posttraumatic Growth among Asylum Seekers and Other Immigrants.
149: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
150: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Comorbidity.
151: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, History of.
152: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Assessment and Systemic Treatment.
153: Primary Care.
154: Prolonged Exposure.
155: Promoting Resilience in the Traumatized.
156: Protective Factors in Childhood Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
157: Psychobiology of Crisis.
158: Psychological First Aid.
159: Psychological First Aid for Older Adults.
160: Psychological Injury and Law.
161: Psychological Responses to Trauma.
162: Psychological Trauma.
163: Psychological Trauma Research.
164: Psychoneuroimmunology and Trauma.
165: Psychopharmacology, Psychiatry, and Trauma.
166: Psychosensory Therapy.
167: Psychospiritual Impact of Disaster.
168: Public Health.
169: Race-Based Traumatic Stress.
170: Racial and Ethnic Factors.
171: Racial Variations in the Psychobiology of Trauma.
172: Racism-Induced Trauma.
173: Rape Counseling.
174: Rape Crisis Centers.
175: Rape Trauma Syndrome.
176: Rapist Profiles.
177: Recovery from Trauma.
178: Refugees.
179: Relapse Prevention and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
180: Religious and Pastoral Responses to Trauma.
181: Religious Fundamentalism.
182: Resilience.
183: Resilience, Growth, and Thriving.
184: Resilience and Hurricane Katrina.
185: Resilience Bolstering.
186: Resilient Posttraumatic Adjustment in Childhood and Beyond.
187: Resource Loss Among Adults, Groups, and Communities.