Cultural Clinical Psychology and PTSD
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How to provide culturally sensitive care for clients with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and related disorder
This book, written and edited by leading experts from around the world, looks critically at how culture impacts on the way posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and related disorders are diagnosed and treated. There have been important advances in clinical treatment and research on PTSD, partly as a result of researchers and clinicians increasingly taking into account how culture matters.
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- Explain strategies to integrate culture into clinical care.
- Recognize the variability of PTSD across cultures.
- Discuss limitations in culturally relevant research on PTSD.
- Describe cultural phenomenon related to the history of medicalized distress.
- Explain cultural phenomenon related to metaphors of trauma and posttraumatic growth.
- Identify cross-national patterns in PTSD.
- Describe cultural adaptations to treatment.
- Part 1: Culturally Sensitive Approaches to PTSD and Related Mental Disorders
Culturally Responsive Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry: An Ecosocial Approach
Variability of PTSD and Trauma-Related Disorders Across Cultures: A Study of Cambodians
Sociosomatics in the Context of Migration
Part 2: Cultural Values, Metaphors, and the Search for Universals
Cultural Psychology Is More Than Cross-Cultural Comparisons: Toward Cultural Dimensions in Traumatic Stress Research
Distress and Trauma in the Clinical History of Neurosis in Sweden and Finland
Trauma and Umwelt: An Archetypal Framework for Humanitarian Interventions
Wounds and Dirt: Gendered Metaphors in the Cultural History of Trauma
Metaphors of Trauma in Indigenous Communities in India and Brazil
Metaphors of Posttraumatic Growth: A Qualitative Study in Swiss, Lithuanian, and Brazilian Rural Communities
Paradoxes and Parallels in the Global Distribution of Trauma-Related Mental Health Problems
Part 3: Global Mental Health and Intervention Challenges
Principles and Evidence of Culture Sensitive Mental Health Approaches
Culture-Sensitive Interventions in PTSD
Cultural Adaptation of Scalable Interventions
A Grief Intervention Embedded Within a Chinese Cultural Practice for Bereaved Parents
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