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101. Gestalt!, Vol 6; No 1 - Gestalt Therapy And PTSD: Potential And Fulfillment
Psychological treatments for post traumatic stress disorder A for depression and anxiety disorders. Treating posttraumatic stress disorder A handbook and
Gestalt Therapy and Post-Traumatic
Stress Disorder: The Potential and
Its (lack of) Fulfillment
Arie Cohen, School of Education,
Bar Ilan University,
Ramat Gan, Israel
email: ariecohen40@HOTMAIL.COM The surge of mixed emotions which were aroused by the news of the events in Washington and New York on September 11th brought into the foreground issues related to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). In the present article I will explore the literature on gestalt therapy in the treatment of PTSD and discuss the potential of its usage in the treatment of this condition.
[ Last updated, Gestalt!
ISSN 1091-1766 Volume 6 ; Number 1
Spring, 2002 Published by Gestalt GlobalCorporation Indexes for Gestalt! Introduction To Ground Zero and Back Again ... Gstalt-L, An email discussion group devoted to Gestalt therapy and the community of its practitioners ( Gstalt-J, An email discussion group devoted to research on Gestalt therapy, theory and practice ( Supported by the Gestalt Research Consortium (GRC) (

102. Victimology, Bibliography
1995Psychiatric SymptomsPostTraumatic stress DisorderChildhood CALHOUN, Karen S. Posttraumatic stress Disorder. in of Psychological disorders A Step-By

BAENNINGER, Ronald. [ed.]. Targets of violence and aggression. Amsterdam, Neth.; New York, N.Y., U.S.A.: North-Holland Pub.; Elsevier Science Pub., (Advances in Psychology; 76) , 1991. ix+476 p., bibliogr., index, 24 cm.
Victims of Violence - AggressivenessPsychology - Victims of Crimes.
ISBN 0-444-88483-1; LC 90020291.
BA¸SOGLU, Metin. [ed.]. Torture and its consequences: current treatment approaches. Cambridge, Mass.; New York, N.Y., U.S.A.: Cambridge University Press, 1992. xxiii+527 p., bibliogr., index, 24 cm.
Torture VictimsMental Health - Torture VictimsRehabilitation - TorturePsychological Aspects - Post-Traumatic Stress DisorderTreatment - PsychotherapyMethods - Post-Traumatic Stress DisordersPsychology and Therapy - TorturePsychology.
ISBN 0521392993; LC 92013560.
BASTIAANS, J. [et al.]. Psychologisch onderzoek naar de gevolgen van gijzelingen in Nederland (1974-1977). 's-Gravenhage, Netherl.: Staatsuitgeverij, 1979. 404 p., 27 cm.
Victims of Terrorism - TerrorismNetherlandsPsychological Aspects. ISBN 9012026237; LC 80490191.

103. Connectionist Models Of Anxiety Spectrum Disorders
Dissociative disorders including Post Traumatic stress Disorder (PTSD memory explanation of posttraumatic stress disorder Journal of Traumatic stress, 6, 305326
Connectionist Models of Anxiety Spectrum Disorders
Articles - Generalized Anxiety, Phobias, and Panic Disorder
Matthews (1994). Connectionist Approaches to Explaining Attentional Bias in Affective Disorders. In G. Siegle and R. Ingram (Chair), Connectionist Models of Negative Affect, Panel discussion conducted at the meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy. Biological Psychiatry, 37 Phaf, R. H., Christoffels, I. K., Waldorp, L. J., den, D. P. (1998). Connectionist investigations of individual differences in Stroop performance.. Percept Mot Skills., 87, 899-914. Servan-Schreiber, D. (1994). A neural network model of fear. In D. Cohen (Chair), Neural network models of psychopathology , Symposium conducted at the meeting of the Society for Research in Psychopathology, Chicago, IL. Salum, C., Morato, S., Roque, d. S. A. C. (2000). Anxiety-like behavior in rats: a computational model. Neural Networks., 13, 21-9. Williams, J., Oaksford, M. (1992). Cognitive Science, Anxiety, and Depression: From Experiments to Connectionism, in Stein and Young (Eds.), Cognitive Science and the Clinical Disorders, San Diego, CA: Academic Press.
Articles - Obsessive Compulsive and Repetition Disorders
Ludik, J., Stein, D. J. (1996). Neural modelling of cognitive disinhibition and neurotransmitter dysfunction in OCD. Artificial Neural Networks - ICANN 96. 1996 International Conference Proceedings. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Germany;, 893-8.

104. Ed Psyc Central: Resources
Posttraumatic stress Disorder Among Children and Adolescents; National Center for Post Traumatic stress Disorder PTSD in stress in Children A Handout for

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105. Home Pages Of Dr. Grant Devilly, Clinical Psychologist
1998 The Australian Centre for Posttraumatic stress Disorder (formerly methodologies in relation to Post Traumatic stress Disorder (PTSD STRENGTH OVER stress.
Last Modified: 08/04/04 Dr. Grant J. Devilly CV page layout: CO NTACT NATI ONALITY UK citizenship Australian permanent residency Back To Top FORMAL ED UCATION INSTITUTION FROM TO QUALIFICATIONS Brighton College 8/79 6/85 ‘O’ and ‘A’ Levels The Hatfield Polytechnic 9/86 6/89 B.Sc.(Hons) Psychology The University of Queensland 2/92 2/94 Master of Clinical Psychology The University of Queensland 4/94 3/99 Doctor of Philosophy Back To Top AWAR DS, SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS 2002-2003 Melbourne University Arts –
Information Technology and Multi-Media Project Grant ($11,532) 2001 – 2 Melbourne Research Development Scheme – Early Career ($10,000) 2001 – 2 Melbourne University Arts –
Information Technology and Multi-Media Priming Grant ($2,500)

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