Ethnocultural Aspects of Posttraumatic Stress Disorders: Issues, Research, and Clinical Applications / Edition 1

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Overview

In recent years, the concept of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has captured the attention and concern of clinicians and scientists, and reactions to traumatic stress have been extensively studied. But are such reactions universal? Although the PTSD diagnosis is now used internationally, it is by no means clear whether the diagnosis is meaningful across cultures and ethnic groups. Most of the research and clinical experience validating the diagnosis has been carried out in Western industrialized nations, and some clinicians have raised the question of ethnocentric bias in its formulation. This richly documented, edited volume is the first systematic examination of ethnocultural aspects of PTSD. Leaders in the field of PTSD research and practice explore both universal and culture-specific reactions to trauma, and discuss implications for research, treatment, and prevention. The multidisciplinary perspective of the book will appeal to a broad audience of psychologists, psychiatrists, anthropologists, epidemiologists, sociologists, and social workers.

Traumatization stress among Asians & Asian Americans/cross- national & ethnocultural issues in disaster research/etc.

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Scientific discussions of current theory, research, and practice, that unavoidably stray at times into historical considerations and political opinion. They cover the foundations of posttraumatic stress disorder, conceptual and methodological issues in research on the ethnocultural aspects, specific groups and victim populations, and ethnocultural considerations in therapy and mental health services. The 21 papers were presented to an international conference in Honolulu in June and July 1993. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781557983190
  • Publisher: American Psychological Association
  • Publication date: 2/1/1996
  • Edition description: 1st ed
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 576
  • Product dimensions: 7.46 (w) x 10.50 (h) x 1.75 (d)

Table of Contents

Contributors
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction 1
1 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: An Overview of the Concept 11
2 The Epidemiology of PTSD: A Comprehensive Review of the International Literature 33
3 The Treatment of PTSD and Related Stress Disorders: Current Research and Clinical Knowledge 87
4 Ethnocultural Aspects of PTSD: An Overview of Issues and Research Directions 105
5 Confusion of the Senses: Implications of Ethnocultural Variations in Somatoform and Dissociative Disorders for PTSD 131
6 Culture, Emotion, and PTSD 165
7 Ethnocultural Considerations in the Assessment of PTSD 183
8 PTSD Among African Americans 209
9 Cumulative Trauma and PTSD in American Indian Communities 239
10 Wounded Spirits, Ailing Hearts: PTSD and Related Disorders Among American Indians 255
11 Traumatization Stress Among Asians and Asian Americans 285
12 PTSD and Related Stress Disorders Among Hispanics 301
13 Cross-national and Ethnocultural Issues in Disaster Research 341
14 Women of Color and Traumatic Stress in "Domestic Captivity": Gender and Race as Disempowering Statuses 363
15 Ethnocultural Aspects of PTSD and Related Disorders Among Children and Adolescents 389
16 Ethnocultural Considerations in Understanding PTSD and Related Disorders Among Military Veterans 415
17 A Multicultural Developmental Approach for Treating Trauma 439
18 Ethnocultural Considerations in the Treatment of PTSD: Therapy and Service Delivery 459
19 Ethnocultural Variations in Service Use Among Veterans Suffering From PTSD 483
20 Ethnopsychopharmacology and the Treatment of PTSD 505
21 Ethnocultural Aspects of PTSD: Some Closing Thoughts 529
Author Index 539
Subject Index 563
About the Editors 575
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