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Kurzbeschreibung The diagnosis of posttraumatic stress disorder has increasingly been the focus of clinicians' attention when treating patients after stressful life events. Written by three authors with extensive research and clinical experience working with diverse relevant trauma-exposed populations, this book serves the needs of clinicians working with trauma survivors. This timely book shows how to use specific assessment strategies with defined populations including children and veterans. A practical and easy-to-read guide on the clinical assessment and treatment of PTSD and other posttraumatic reactions.
Aus dem Inhalt Chapter One: Introduction and Overview
Chapter Two: Using Evidence-Based Practices
Chapter Three: Working with Trauma Survivors
Chapter Four: Assessing PTSD
Chapter Five: Assessing Comorbid Conditions
Chapter Six: Considering Ethnicity, Race, and Culture
Chapter Seven: Conducting Forensic Evaluations
Chapter Eight: Working with Children and Adolescents
Chapter Nine: Assessing Children and Adolescents
Chapter Ten: Working with Veterans
Chapter Eleven: Working with Special Populations and Settings
Chapter Twelve: PTSD Treatments and Treatment Planning
Chapter Thirteen: Follow-Up with Evaluation and Support Chapter Fourteen: Going Forward: New Frontiers and Future Directions