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Treating Trauma in Children and Adolescents

by Cohen J SAGE Publications, Inc
Pub Date:
06/2000
ISBN:
9780761921028
Format:
Dvd 12 pages
Price:
AU$94.00 NZ$94.78
Product Status: In Stock Now
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Informative and practical, this audio tape helps practitioners work more effectively with children who have suffered from some form of severe trauma. In an emphatic and engaging manner, Dr Cohen offers professionals a resource for working with different forms of trauma.

PART ONE: INTRODUCTION PTSD Symptoms Re-Experiencing, Avoidance and Hyperarousal Cognitive Distortions Self-Blame Survivor Guilt Perception of 'No Longer Safe' PART TWO: CHILD INTERVENTIONS Direct Discussion of the Traumatic Experience(s) or Exposure T

'Dr. Judith Cohen, a highly respected expert in the field, presents an excellent overview of the treatment of trauma in adolescents and children. She not only draws from a wealth of clinical experience, but the treatment approach she describes is supported by solid empirical research. Dr. Cohen should be applauded for helping to make this important information readily accessible. I highly recommend this well organized and interesting audiotape presentation to all professionals working with youngsters who have suffered traumatic experiences.' Esther Deblinger, Ph.D.