Download e-book for iPad: A Mental Healthcare Model for Mass Trauma Survivors: by Metin Basoglu

By Metin Basoglu

ISBN-10: 0521880009

ISBN-13: 9780521880008

Mass trauma occasions, equivalent to traditional mess ups, conflict and torture, have an effect on hundreds of thousands of individuals each year. presently, there is not any psychological healthiness care version with the capability to handle the mental wishes of survivors in an economical means. This publication provides this kind of version, in addition to information on its implementation, making it priceless for either policy-makers and psychological healthiness pros. development on greater than 20 years of intensive examine with mass trauma survivors, the authors current a version of aggravating tension to help figuring out of mass trauma and the way its mental impression could be conquer with control-focused behavioral therapy. this article deals a severe evaluation of varied debatable matters within the box of mental trauma in gentle of contemporary learn findings. together with dependent manuals on earthquake trauma, overlaying remedy supply and self-help, the booklet could be of use to survivors themselves in addition to care companies.

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The extent of avoidance among earthquake survivors is best demonstrated by the fact that 58% of the 15 000 people who were living in shelters 6 months after the earthquake had a safe and inhabitable house (Committee for Tent Cities in Kocaeli, 2000). , 2008). Many survivors preferred to live under difficult conditions in camps rather than moving back to their homes or alternative accommodation. Other common examples of the first type of avoided situations included staying alone at home, staying in the dark, taking a shower, getting undressed before going to bed, sleeping with lights off, sleeping with the bedroom door closed, or sleeping before 3 am (the time of the night when the earthquake happened), having sexual intercourse, or being in places from which escape during an earthquake would be difficult.

Such estimations were in stark contrast to the fact that the overwhelming majority of the people could not get out of their home in 45 seconds during the August 17 earthquake (including the first author who was fully awake and dressed on the second floor of a building when the earthquake started). Some people conducted drills to find out how many seconds it took them to get out of their house; the shorter the time, the safer they felt. Reliance on safety signals Many people developed safety signals that seemed to reduce their fear.

For example, some people avoided wearing the same clothes they had on during the earthquake. A woman who was brushing her teeth during the earthquake had to change the toothbrush and the brand of the toothpaste she was using, because they evoked fear. She complained to her therapist that she was also distressed by the presence of her husband (whom she had married recently and who was with her during the earthquake), because he served as a reminder of the earthquake. Many people avoided places where they experienced shaking sensations, such as hung floors in shops that shook when people walked over them or other locations where the ground vibrations created by passing trucks could be felt.

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