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Social workers are increasingly using eye movement, desensitization, and reprocessing (EMDR) to help clients recover from trauma. Little is known about how social workers who work with traumatic client material while using EMDR as their main…

The multidisciplinary team experience daily exposure to cases of child abused, which is likelihood to develop vicarious trauma and do not seek for therapy.Objective: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of eye movement…

Workplaces that provide services and deal with abuse cases are often associated with high levels of work stress, burn out, and high expressed affect. The current intervention aimed at a more effective management of stress and affect in the workplace.…

First responders experience daily exposure to critical incidences, which can increase the likelihood of developing vicarious trauma (VT) and secondary traumatic stress (STS). The proposed study utilized a quantitative quasi-experimental research…

Trauma therapists are exposed to stress & trauma as they work to connect with their clients in meaningful ways. It is essential for trauma therapists to engage in self- care practices. By recognizing the symptoms of compassion fatigue and…

Purpose: The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) criteria for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), acknowledged repeated or extreme indirect exposure to aversive details of traumatic event(s) in the course of professional…

Vicarious Trauma (VT) has been relevant in the psychotherapy profession since McCann and Pearlman (1990) developed this concept to describe the negative and traumatic impact therapists can experience when working with clients’ traumatic material.…

Vicarious traumatization has been defined as the "negative effects of caring about and caring for others” (Pearlman and Saakvitne 1995), It results from exposure to clients’ traumatic material and can disrupt the therapist’s view of the themselves’,…

Cet article traite de la transmission de traumatismes aussi bien transgénérationnels que vicariants en intégrant la notion de neurones miroirs. A partir du travail thérapeutique mené avec deux patientes présentant des séquelles post-traumatiques en…

Therapists who come into contact with traumatised individuals are at risk of absorbing their distress resulting in their own psychological injury. There is a variety of factors that increase the likelihood of this happening and it can be argued that…

Treatment interventions were offered within a cognitive-behavioural framework and included psychoeducation and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprogramming. 治疗是在以认知行为疗法,内含的心理教育和眼动脱敏再加工疗法的框架下进行的…

Traumatic events can occur and adversely affect people during their lifetime. Natural disasters such as the earthquake in Pakistan in 2005 or the Tsunami in Asia in 2004, terrorist atrocities around the world, or personal events such as physical or…
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