Stress vs trauma/Stress vs trauma

Stress vs. trauma/stress vs. srauma

Description

La notion de Stress figure en tant qu’Etat de stress post-traumatique (F43-1) et Réaction aiguë (F43-0) dans la nomenclatures diagnostiques internationales des troubles mentaux, comme le DMS IV ou la CIM-10. Pourtant, l’expérience clinique indique que la pathologie psychotraumatique ne peut se limiter à un Etat de stress post-traumatique (ESPT) avec ou sans Trouble dissociatif (F44), ni méme à un ESPT complexe ou DESNOS (Disorder of Extreme Stress Not Otherwise Specified).

Le rôle de l’impact tramatique discrimine la pathologie consécutive au stress et la pathologie psychotruamatique qui est > selon la CIM-10.

Cette intervention fait le point des recherches, sur la fonctionnement du systéme limbique notamment, et des connaissances cliniques recéntes concernant le rôle del la dissociation périttraumatique et des troubles dissociatifs ultérieurs dans la pérnnisation des troubles psychotraumatiques.

The concept of stress is as a state of posttraumatic stress disorder (F43-1) and acute reaction (F43-0) in the international diagnostic classifications of mental disorders, such as the DMS-IV or ICD 10. However, clinical experience indicates that the pathology psychotraumatic can not be limited to a Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) with or without dissociative disorder (F44), or even a complex PTSD or DESNOS (Disorder of Extreme Stress Not Otherwise Specified).

The role of impact tramatique discriminates consecutive stress pathology and pathology psychotruamatique is "a delayed response o prolonged a situation or a stressful event (short or long term) of an exceptionally threatening or catastrophic nature and cause of obvious symptoms of distress in most people [...]>> ICD-10.

This intervention provides an update on research on the functioning of the system including limbic, and recent clinical knowledge regarding the role périttraumatique del dissociation and dissociative disorders later in pérnnisation psychotraumatic disorders.

Format

Conference

Language

French

Author(s)

G. Lopez

Original Work Citation

Lopez, G. (2007, June). [Stress vs. trauma/stress vs. srauma]. Presentation at the 8th EMDR Europe Association Conference, Paris, France. French

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“Stress vs trauma/Stress vs trauma Stress vs. trauma/stress vs. srauma,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed August 14, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/19326.

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