Post-Traumatic And Acute Stress Disorders: The Latest Assessment And Treatment Strategies ePub download
by Matthew Friedman
- ISBN: 1887537228
- ISBN13: 978-1887537223
- ePub: 1612 kb | FB2: 1559 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Medicine
- Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning; 4 edition (June 1, 2006)
- Pages: 120
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 317
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Great straightforward book for clinicians interested in understanding treatments of PTSD.
1887537228 (ISBN13: 9781887537223). Great straightforward book for clinicians interested in understanding treatments of PTSD. I can see this book being required reading for a 200 level course graduate program. Very helpful and straightforward presentation of the relevant issues of PTSD. Great examples and specific details.
How this will affect estimates of prevalence, whether clinical utility has been improved, and how many individuals who meet symptom criteria according to the previous definition will not meet new criteria is unknown.
Approximately Half Of All Men And Women Will Be Exposed To A Traumatic Event, Such As: Assault, Terrorism, Military Combat, Car Accident, Domestic Violence, Or Natural Disaster. Of Those Exposed, Eight Percent Of Americans And 20-30 Percent Of People Elsewhere Will Develop Trauma-Related Symptoms That Impair Day-To-Day Functioning.
Appendix A Assessment Instruments for Trauma Exposure and PTSD. National Center for PTSD, . Department of Veterans Affairs (White River Junction, VT). Departments of Psychiatry and Pharmacology & Toxicology, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth (Hanover, NH).
by Matthew J. Friedman. So much info is covered in so little space. The material is thorough and well written. One of the 10 top books in the field. John author of Reading Thomas Merton.
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