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Mass trauma and emotional healing around the world : rituals and practices for resilience and meaning-making

Author: Ani Kalayjian; Dominique Eugene
Publisher: Santa Barbara, Calif. : Praeger, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Authors provide firsthand accounts from survivors of disasters around the globe, helping readers to understand the impact of trauma as well as interventions to heal. --from publisher description.
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Genre/Form: Cross-cultural studies
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Mass trauma and emotional healing around the world.
Santa Barbara, Calif. : Praeger, ©2010
(OCoLC)761191308
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ani Kalayjian; Dominique Eugene
ISBN: 9780313375408 0313375402 9780313375415 0313375410 9780313375422 0313375429 9780313375439 0313375437 9780313375446 0313375445 9780313375453 0313375453
OCLC Number: 422757301
Description: 2 volumes (xii, 476 pages) ; 25 cm
Contents: V. 1. Natural disasters --
v. 2. Human-made disasters. Acknowledgments --
Introduction --
Volume 1: Natural disasters --
Earthquake in Soviet Armenia: Coping, integration, and meaning-making --
Northridge earthquake in Southern California: Lessons learned and meanings discovered --
Using play to support child traumatized by natural disasters: Chuetsu Earthquake Series in Japan --
Coping with the earthquake in Pakistan: A Religio-culturally informed treatment --
Coping with Hurricane Andrew: Preparedness, resilience, and meaning-making --
Weathering the storms like bamboo: The strengths of Haitians in coping with natural disasters --
Resilience and healing among helping professionals and people of Sri Lanka: Post tsunami --
A disaster outreach program for tsunami survivors in Sri Lanka: The biopsychosocial, educational, and spiritual approach --
Cross-cultural counseling issues: Transpersonal and clinical counseling training for recovery workers and psychologists in post-tsunami Indonesia --
Ecological worldview: From ego to eco --
Long-term impacts on personal and spiritual values for French Canadian elderly victims of a flood in Quebec, Canada: A question of resilience --
Volume 2: Human-made disasters --
The ongoing impact of colonization: Man-made trauma and Native Americans --
Post-slavery syndrome: A multigenerational look at African American injury, healing, and resilience --
Striving for peace through forgiveness in Sierra Leone: Effectiveness of a psychoeducational forgiveness intervention --
Cultural competence in the trauma treatment of Thai survivors of modern-day slavery: The relevance of Buddhist mindfulness practices and healing rituals to transform shame and guilt of forced prostitution --
Exploring long-term impact of mass trauma on physical health, coping, and meaning-making: Exploration of the Ottoman Turkish genocide of the Armenians --
Gender and genocide: Armenian and Greek woman finding positive meaning in the horror --
Psychosocial and spiritual impact of 9/11 terrorism on mental health professionals in America --
Healing intergenerational trauma among Aboriginal communities --
Traumatized by humiliation into constructive meaning --
Gypsies as victims of Nazi persecution: Historical, sociocultural, and coping perspectives --
Under threat from HIV/AIDS: Burial societies in Limpopo Province, South Africa --
The Cambodian refugee experience: An integrative model of trauma and recovery --
Index --
About the editors --
About the contributors.
Responsibility: Ani Kalayjian and Dominique Eugene, editors.

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