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guide to psychological debriefing

David Kinchin

guide to psychological debriefing

managing emotional decompression and post-traumatic stress disorder

by David Kinchin

  • 82 Want to read
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Published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers in London, Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder,
  • Crisis intervention (Mental health services),
  • Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic -- therapy,
  • Crisis Intervention -- methods,
  • Emergency Services, Psychiatric -- methods

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid Kinchin.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC552.P67 K5668 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17891026M
    ISBN 109781843104926
    LC Control Number2007014663

    This book will appeal to a broad audience because it is easily accessible, not only to those professionals working with clients suffering from PTSD, but also to health practitioners, psychologists, social workers and counsellors, as well as students. Training for Debriefers. Structured like a deep-sea dive, which has to include carefully planned safety stops on the way back to the surface to avoid getting 'the bends', this model provides time frames for how long to spend at various stages of the PD process, and when to stop for discussions and explanations. Though psychological debriefing is an acceptable term in Norway, it is not as acceptable in the United States.

    Introducing the Therapy Toolkits, a new series of short, user-friendly, 15,word books designed to help you confront the things that worry you or which might be holding you back, and to enable you to effect lasting change. He takes into account that trauma reactions, primarily concerned with survival, are whole-system reactions, affecting both the body and mind. I recommend this book for any who counsel people who have suffered trauma. I need an answer for meeting on Tuesday", this is the first book to which I would turn. Debriefing in different cultural frameworks: experience with indigenous populations; Concerns about debriefing: challenging the mainstream;

    The concept of debriefing and its application to staff dealing with life threatening illnesses such as cancer, AIDS and other conditions; That number could be matched easily by those who suffer stress due to pressures outside the workplace. Some schools of social work now offer programs in CISM that lead to certification. This title will be released on. Though debriefing can be used one-on-one, this book addresses it only as a group technique used primarily with adults. Debriefing and body recovery: police in a civilian disaster; 9.


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Guide to psychological debriefing book

Debriefing Overview and Future Directions: We should all pay a great deal of attention to what he says. Psychological debriefing PD is a widely practised process used as an intervention for treating people who have been exposed to trauma.

Is consensus possible about debriefing? It allows people who have been exposed to trauma to re-examine the traumatic event in a safe and controlled environment, and reduces the risks of developing PTSD. A Guide to Psychological Debriefing is an essential book for health practitioners, counsellors, psychologists and professionals working with clients suffering from PTSD, as guide to psychological debriefing book as students.

It allows people who have been exposed to trauma to re-examine the traumatic event in a safe and controlled environment, and reduces the risks of developing PTSD. Debriefing: Models, Research and Practice: 5. For those already trained in the technique of debriefing, the book acts as a practical guide in its application.

Concerns about debriefing: challenging the mainstream; In this short book, clinical psychologist Dr Ashley Conway describes the symptoms of stress and outlines a range of methods - both practical and psychological - to help sufferers deal with their feelings and promote healing.

Debriefing post disaster: follow-up after a major earthquake; The author makes a point of distinguishing debriefing from the informal conversations that occur in the aftermath of a crisis. This support is uniformly well written and offers some chapters to provoke, others to reference and one to bore.

Appendices include an essay by one of the world's leading exponents of psychological debriefing, Atle Dyregrov, as well as case studies of debriefs completed by the author, including that of a survivor of the July 7th bombings in London.

The need to try and make sense of what has happened especially when survival has been threatened is very important for a good recovery. Amongst other things, it provides an introduction to the concept of psychological debriefing and some of the effects of trauma, including post-traumatic stress disorder PTSD.

About this title In its essence, this is a practical book that focuses on aiding recovery from trauma over a carefully structured timeframe. He also reminds us that the initial impact of the trauma is on physical structures in the brain, disrupting memory-processing capacity, which is designed to create space and time to heal.

Briefing and debriefing: psychological interventions in acute stressor situations; 4. Read more Collapse About the author Dr Ashley Conway is a chartered psychologist based in London, with over 20 years of professional experience. Introduction to Psychological Debriefing.

Adaptations of Debriefing Models: It allows people who have been exposed to trauma to re-examine the traumatic event in a safe and controlled environment, and reduces the risks of developing PTSD. Having worked with a number of individuals with post-traumatic stress disorder myself, I value a resource that can collectively present information to be both adsorbed and implemented.

Recovery from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. The book concludes with a look at the future. He takes into account that trauma reactions, primarily concerned with survival, are whole-system reactions, affecting both the body and mind.'In its essence, this is a practical book that focuses on aiding recovery from trauma over a carefully structured timeframe.

Amongst other things, it provides an introduction to the concept of psychological debriefing and some of the effects of trauma, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)/5(2). Kinchin, D. (). A Guide to Psychological Debriefing: Managing Emotional Decompression and Posttraumatic Stress sylvaindez.com: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Sep 24,  · Buy A Guide to Psychological Debriefing: Managing Emotional Decompression and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder 1 by David Kinchin (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). In its essence, this is a practical book that focuses on aiding recovery from trauma over a carefully structured timeframe.

Amongst other things, it provides an introduction to the concept of psychological debriefing and some of the effects of trauma, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This book will appeal to a broad audience because it is easily accessible, not only to those.

May 17,  · Debriefing has emerged as one of the most controversial interventions in clinical psychology and psychiatry. This book, published inconstitutes a presentation and analysis of evidence for the efficacy, and otherwise, of psychological debriefing, in theory and application, and appraises current research findings on the proper use of such interventions.4/5(1).

Aug 21,  · A Guide to Psychological Debriefing: Managing Emotional Decompression and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder - Kindle edition by David Kinchin. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.

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