Psychological trauma

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  • Intervention Plan

    Intervention Plan The intervention plan will consist of individual TI-CBT which would include both a physical examination and psychological testing along with medication management. Herman’s Stages of Recovery will be utilized to help Kathy feel a sense of safety in the therapeutic session before proceeding through remembrance, mourning, and reconnection to a new sense of self. Throughout the process safety will be revisited to ensure Kathy is ready to continue toward therapeutic healing. The…

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  • Antwone Fisher Case Study Essay

    inappropriate behavior resulted in being sentenced to prison. Antwone Fisher was born while his mother was incarcerated. Antwone Fisher has suffered from sexual abuse, trauma, emotional neglect, severe verbal abuse and abandonment. The client presented signs of emotional distress, poor anger management abilities and PTSD from past traumas that had yet to be resolved. Antwone Fisher was prone to displaying physical aggression anytime presented with overwhelming…

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  • Case Study Vignette

    Emma. The theoretical analysis will explore the factors of the case study with a holistic approach in order gain an all-inclusive perspective. Specifically, the following factors will be addressed in the assessment: biological, neurobiological, psychological, social, and the developmental aspects of Emma. Further, the systems theory and the ecological perspective will be employed as methods of explaining presenting issues of the case. Presenting Problems As noted in the case study, Emma was…

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  • Causes Of Post Traumatic Stress Disorders

    Post-traumatic stress disorder can occur after someone has been exposed to a traumatic event. Trauma is defined as, “an extremely distressing experience that causes severe emotional shock and may have long-lasting psychological effects” (Townsend, 2014). Any event that causes a person to have intense fear of physical harm or death to themselves or a loved one may lead to PTSD. Events such as a motor vehicle accident, combat exposure, physical or sexual abuse, fire, tornado, hurricane, flood,…

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  • Essay On Limb Trauma

    Limb deficiencies resulting from traumatic amputation are a specialized form of trauma. They often do not occur in children, and as such, can be difficult to handle. This trauma is also specifically labor intensive because it affects the child as whole: physically, emotionally, and psychologically. These consequences are persistent, occurring as soon as the trauma does, and continuing long after into the lives of the child and parents. These also mean that the child will require care in…

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  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Research Papers

    “Abnormal Psychology”, James N. Butcher, Jill M. Hooley, and Susan Mineka (2007), define post-traumatic stress disorder as a “disorder that occurs following an extreme traumatic event, in which a person reexperiences the event, avoids reminder of the trauma, and exhibits persistent increased arousal” (p. 623). For example, a traumatizing event for a young girl can be getting kidnapped. If one day she is kidnapped and found by the police and her parents after few days, most definitely that…

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  • Trauma And Recovery Judith Herman Summary

    In her novel, Trauma and Recovery, Judith Herman discusses the concept of Complex Trauma Disorder and its implications. Intolerant of the currently defined diagnosis for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), she decides to rename it. Herman believes that the existing definition for PTSD is inaccurate, or as she asserts “does not fit accurately enough” (119). The present criteria for this diagnosis results from those who have survived “circumscribed” traumatic events, which includes rape,…

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  • PTSD Argumentative Essay

    Similarly, the process is also systematic for victims survive in disaster to inspect PTSD. However, the process of prevention for people who involve in personal assault is deficient. Compared to people who have non-assault based trauma, people who experience assault-based trauma are more likely to develop PTSD. (Zoladz, Phillip 860-895) After experiencing physical or sexual assault, victims usually do not have the awareness of the long-term emotional and mental effect. About a month later, the…

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  • Case Study Analysis Of Kousei Arima's Your Lie In April

    The character chosen for this case study analysis is the quiet and introverted protagonist, Kousei Arima, from the series Your Lie in April. The series is set in Japan, and follows Kousei and how his life is turned around when he meets Kaori, a free-spirited violinist. As seen through flashbacks, Kousei was a piano prodigy as a child and won many competitions under the instruction of his strict mother. As his mother became ill, she became increasingly harsh and critical of young Kousei. After…

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  • Trauma Effects On Child Abuse

    Trauma comes in many shapes and forms across the board. Trauma, or a deep distressing or disturbing experience, is experienced by everyone at some point in their lives. Children coming from hard places sometimes experience more trauma in their few years of life than some adults experience throughout their entire lives. Examples of trauma can be anywhere from sexual abuse, to living in poverty, moving from place to place, and even the death of a loved one. These traumas mold and shape the child…

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