学校で暴れる子どもへのEMDR 〜母親の自殺を目撃した中学生女子への連携的対応〜

EMDR with a violent child at school: Collaborative treatment for an abused child who witnessed her mother's suicide

Description

The junior high school girl in this case witnessed her mother's suicide at the age of four. She has been acting violently since she entered elementary school. One yearbefore the author met her, a consultation office for children intervened due to physical abuse by her father. Flashbacks and dissociation caused wrist cutting and panic. After a few EMDR sessions, wrist cutting, panic and PTSD symptoms disappeared. As she gained affect regulation skills, she gradually improved her interpersonal relationship and began to trust others. The consultation aclivities by a school counselor, namely the offering of psycho-educational information to the school, supporting teachers and improving teacher's psychological understandings about her, was also important in addition to individual treatment. The author discussed about the treatment of school children survivors who rarely visit mental or medical institutions.

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Journal

Language

Japanese

Author(s)

Chikako Kondo

Original Work Citation

Kondo, C. (2009, May). [EMDR with a violent child at school: Collaborative treatment for an abused child who witnessed her mother's suicide]. Japanese Journal of EMDR Research and Practice, 1(1), 34-43. Japanese

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“学校で暴れる子どもへのEMDR 〜母親の自殺を目撃した中学生女子への連携的対応〜 EMDR with a violent child at school: Collaborative treatment for an abused child who witnessed her mother's suicide,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 21, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/19642.

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