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41. What Is The Special Needs Information Center
posttraumatic stress Disorder. special Planning for special People (filmed on a school for Young Children with Autism spectrum disorders Recommendations for
Special Needs Information Center A Project Funded With Support From the Zionsville Education Foundation What is the Special Needs Information Center? The Special Needs Information Center provides faculty, staff, parents and community members with easy access information about special needs. It is hoped that access to this information will help our community provide the most appropriate education and environment for all students. If you have questions about the Sepecial Needs Information Center please contact Kim Abel at How Does the Special Needs Information Center Work? The Special Needs Information Center is housed in the office area of the Pleasant View Elementary library. Current videos and/or written materials defining special needs and addressing current best practices for addressing those needs are stored by subject in multimedia bags appropriate for storage and circulation. Materials may be requested by contacting Kim Abel PVLE Librarian 873-2376 ext. 17022 Materials will be sent through school mail or may be picked up at Pleasant View Lower Elementary.

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43. ISTSS History References
Irrational reactions to posttraumatic stress disorder and Viet term study of posttraumatic neuroses in CR Figley (ed.), stress disorders among Vietnam veterans
References Countertransference in the Treatment of PTSD . New York: Guilford. Armstrong, L. (1994.) Rocking the cradle of sexual politics. Reading, MA: Addison Wesley. Askevold, F. (1976). The war sailor syndrome. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics The crime victim's book . New York: Brunner/Mazel. Issues in law enforcement: essays and case studies. Reston, VA: Reston Publishing Company. Bastiaans, J. (1974). The KZ-syndrome: A thirty-year study of the effects on victims of Nazi concentration camps. Revue de Medecine et Chirurgie 78, 573-580. Post-traumatic stress disorder in children. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press. The trauma of war: Stress and recovery in Viet Nam veterans (pp.69-98). Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press. International handbook of traumatic stress syndromes (pp. 915-924). New York: Plenum Press.

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Risk Youth with special Emphasis on Individual Therapy with Adults, Character disorders. State University, 1991; posttraumatic stress Disorder, particularly
CONSORTIUM STAFF BY AGENCY CENTER FOR CHILDREN AND PARENTS Bertram, Chris, Psy.D. , University of Denver, 1998; Child and Adult Therapy and Assessment, Family Therapy, Systems Perspective. Donelson, Earle, Ph.D. , Kent State University, 1997; Individual, Group, Couples
Therapy, Adult Assessment. Gentry, Sonny, Ph.D. , Memphis State University, 1982; Individual, Group and
Marital Psychotherapy, Transpersonal Psychology. CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES Murphy, Laura O., Ed.D. , University of Memphis, 1985; Chief of Psychology
Department, Childhood and Adolescent Assessment and Psycho-Educational Intervention, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Positive Behavioral Supports, Interdisciplinary Consultation.
Paavola, James C., Ph.D. , University of Texas at Austin, 1972; Child and Adolescent Assessment, Psycho-Educational Intervention, Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions, Interdisciplinary Consultation. Todd, Janet L., J.D., Ph.D. , University of Kentucky, 1997; Project Coordinator of UT Center of Excellence, Child and Adolescent Assessment, Psycho-Educational Intervention, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Interdisciplinary Consultation, Special Education Law. Wilson, William M., M.A.

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48. Review - Treating Post-traumatic Stress Disorder ...
focuses on assessment general strategies, the special role of Treating posttraumatic stress disorder A handbook and practice manual for Anxiety disorders.
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Treating post-traumatic stress disorder:
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Treating post-traumatic stress disorder:
A handbook and practice manual for therapy
by : Donald Meichenbaum
(1997) John Wiley: Brisbane.
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Department of Psychology
Massey University
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New Zealand
Reducing stress in working with PTSD clients: The value of a practitioner's guidebook.
The amount of empirically-based attention directed towards Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) since its inception in DSM in 1980 has been extensive. The book Treating Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Handbook and Practice Therapy Manual for Therapy Owing to the fact that the book is largely an attempt at organizing numerous handouts, it is important for the reader to read the Prologue/Introduction to get oriented. Some effort has gone into organizing these handouts in a manner that has a logical flow. As a consequence, the book contains eight "sections" as they are referred to that focus on epidemiology/diagnosis, a narrative conceptualization of PTSD, and assessment followed by general and specific treatment procedures and finishing with some additional information/resources. Each section also finishes with a section called "Testing Your Expertise" designed to help consolidate learning from that section. The second section offers a narrative perspective on PTSD from a constructivist epistemological perspective. This section is brief but can be valuable when used within an empirically-based treatment approach. One area of particular value that the handbook goes into some detail on is the use of metaphor as part of cognitive reframing that can give some meaning to events that are sometimes hard to understand. In our own work with anxiety-disordered children and adolescents, we have found that children benefit by being able to call upon their own "Fear Force" or other superhero when coping with emotional reactions to fearful (or related) stimuli including traumatic events (e.g., Kendall et al., 1992; Ronan & Deane, 1997). A strength of this section is in providing lists of examples to describe various emotional states (e.g, metaphors for hypersensitivity, psychic numbing, intrusive ideation, loss) as well as a long list of "healing" metaphors.

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Forces Mental Health Survey, a special supplement to of five mental disorders major depression, social phobia, posttraumatic stress disorder, panic

Friday, September 5, 2003
Canadian Community Health Survey: Canadian Forces supplement on mental health
On September 3, 2003, the Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) released the first national results on mental health and well-being. Data are available today from the Canadian Forces Mental Health Survey, a special supplement to the CCHS. The target population of the CCHS itself does not include full-time members of the Canadian Forces. As a result, the Department of National Defence commissioned Statistics Canada to conduct a supplemental survey of armed forces personnel, including personnel on reserve status. This survey measured the prevalence of five mental disorders: major depression, social phobia, post-traumatic stress disorder, panic disorder, and general anxiety disorder. It also measured the prevalence of alcohol dependence. Information and definitions related to this release can be found on the Statistics Canada website. According to the data, 15.1% of the Canadian regular military forces reported symptoms consistent with one or more of the five mental disorders covered in the survey, or alcohol dependence, at some time during the 12 months prior to the interview. The prevalence among the reserves was lower (12.7%). The survey found differences in the prevalence of various disorders between regular and reserve forces, and also found differences between rank and gender.

50. Nat'l Academies Press, Psychosocial Concepts In Humanitarian Work With Children:
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he goal of this Centre is to shed light on the workings of the human brain. The disorders studied include ADHD, posttraumatic stress disorder, social phobia, schizophrenia, borderline personality disorder, Parkinson's disease, and traumatic brain injury.

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  • 59. Books On PTSD // National Center For Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
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    Recommended Titles for the VA Clinician by Fred Lerner, D.L.S., and Julian Ford, Ph.D There is no shortage of books on post-traumatic stress disorder. The National Center for PTSD has hundreds of them in our Resource Center. We have selected fifteen titles that, in our opinion, would form the backbone of the VA clinician's working library. Please consider this list just a beginning, and consult our Web site and PILOTS database for other books and articles in your particular areas of interest. PTSD in General In Traumatic Stress: The Effects of Overwhelming Experience on Mind, Body, and Society , edited by Bessel van der Kolk and colleagues, several of the world's leading experts on PTSD attempt to summarize the current state of knowledge about the effects of trauma on psychological, biological, and social systems, and to examine the interrelationships among these different realms. They present a range of treatment options that have been developed for different trauma populations over the past two decades. The scientific aspects of traumatic stress are covered by Matthew Friedman and colleagues in Neurobiological and Clinical Consequences of Stress . They examine basic science studies of stress from a variety of approaches, and describe animal models of neurobiological processes that have heuristic value for clinical theory on the pathophysiology of PTSD. Later chapters discuss laboratory and clinical abnormalities detected in human subjects exposed to normal stressors and in PTSD patients exposed to traumatic stressors. Research findings applicable to the detection, diagnosis, and psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy of PTSD are also reviewed.

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