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Başlık:
Traumatic Stress and Long-Term Recovery Coping with Disasters and Other Negative Life Events
Dil:
English
ISBN:
9783319188669
Edisyon:
1st ed. 2015.
Yayın Bilgileri:
Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2015.
Fiziksel Tanımlama:
XV, 443 p. 6 illus., 1 illus. in color. online resource.
İçerik:
Introduction -- Traumatic Stress in Overview: Definition, Context Scope, Long-Term Outcomes -- Natural Disasters: On Wildfires and Long-term Recovery of Community-Residing Adults -- On Tornadoes: Storm Exposure, Coping Styles and Resilience -- When Multiple Disasters Strike: Louisiana Fishers in the Aftermath of Hurricanes and the British Petroleum Deep water Horizon Oil Spill -- The Great East Japan Earthquake: Tsunami and Nuclear -- Posttraumatic Stress in the Aftermath of Mass Shootings -- When Man Harms Man: The Interpersonal Ramifications of War Captivity -- Does Extreme Trauma Transfer? The Case of Three Generations of the Holocaust -- Physiological Consequences: Early Hardship and Health Across the Lifespan -- Severe Stress and Anxiety Disorders in Adolescence: The Long-Term Effects of Disasters -- Psychosocial Consequences: Appraisal, Adaptation and Bereavement after Trauma -- When Neighborhoods are Destroyed by Disaster: Relocate or Return and Rebuild -- Loss, Chaos, Survival and Despair: The Storm after the Storms -- Families and Faith-Based Communities after a Disaster: Successes and Failures in the Wakes of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita -- Trauma and Ambiguous Loss: The Lingering Presence of the Physically Absent -- Aging with Trauma across the Lifetime and Experiencing Trauma in Old Age: Vulnerability and Resilience Intertwined -- Lost Possible Selves and Personality Development -- Younger and Older Coastal Fishers: Losses and Resilience after Hurricane Katrina -- Trauma, Religion and Spirituality: Pathways to Healing -- Faith and Coping: Spiritual Beliefs and Religious Practices After Hurricanes Katrina and Rita -- On Seeing Silver Linings After Catastrophic Loss: Personal Growth, Positive Adaption, and Relationships that Matter -- On Bereavement and Grief: A Therapeutic Approach to Healing -- Triumph Over Tragedy: The Healing Power of Forgiveness.
Özet:
This evidence-rich collection takes on the broad diversity of traumatic stress, in both its causes and outcomes, as well as the wide variety of resources available for recovery. Its accessible coverage shows varied presentations of post-traumatic stress affected by individual, family, and group contexts, including age, previous trauma exposure, and presence or lack of social resources, as well as long-term psychological, physical, and social consequences. Contributors focus on a range of traumatic experiences, from environmental disasters (wildfires, Hurricane Katrina) to the Holocaust, from ambiguous loss to war captivity. And the book's final section, "Healing after Trauma," spotlights resilience, forgiveness, religion, and spirituality, using concepts from positive psychology. Included among the topics: The Great East Japan earthquake: tsunami and nuclear disaster. Posttraumatic stress in the aftermath of mass shootings. Psychosocial consequences: appraisal, adaptation, and bereavement after trauma. Loss, chaos, survival and despair: the storm after the storms. Aging with trauma across the lifetime and experiencing trauma in old age. On bereavement and grief: a therapeutic approach to healing.   Psychologists, social workers, researchers studying trauma and resilience, and mental health professionals across disciplines will welcome Traumatic Stress and Long-Term Recovery as a profound source of insight into stress and loss, coping and healing.
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This evidence-rich collection takes on the broad diversity of traumatic stress, in both its causes and outcomes, as well as the wide variety of resources available for recovery. Its accessible coverage shows varied presentations of post-traumatic stress affected by individual, family, and group contexts, including age, previous trauma exposure, and presence or lack of social resources, as well as long-term psychological, physical, and social consequences. Contributors focus on a range of traumatic experiences, from environmental disasters (wildfires, Hurricane Katrina) to the Holocaust, from ambiguous loss to war captivity. And the book's final section, "Healing after Trauma," spotlights resilience, forgiveness, religion, and spirituality, using concepts from positive psychology.

Included among the topics:

The Great East Japan earthquake: tsunami and nuclear disaster. Posttraumatic stress in the aftermath of mass shootings. Psychosocial consequences: appraisal, adaptation, and bereavement after trauma. Loss, chaos, survival and despair: the storm after the storms. Aging with trauma across the lifetime and experiencing trauma in old age. On bereavement and grief: a therapeutic approach to healing.

Psychologists, social workers, researchers studying trauma and resilience, and mental health professionals across disciplines will welcome Traumatic Stress and Long-Term Recovery as a profound source of insight into stress and loss, coping and healing.


Yazar Notları

Dr. Katie E. Cherry is a Professor of Psychology and the Executive Director of the Life Course and Aging Center at Louisiana State University. Her research expertise is adult development and aging with emphasis on cognition and successful aging. Her research has been funded by the National Institute on Aging and the Louisiana Board of Regents. In 2002, she was awarded the Emogene Pliner Distinguished Professor of Aging Studies professorship for her contributions to the field of adult development and aging.