Law enforcement and trauma: Psychological intervention strategy, methodology, and techniques

Description

This doctoral project and brochure is meant to provide an understanding of the effects of trauma on law enforcement officers in order to provide insight and treatment strategies for this population. Effects of culture and diversity within the law enforcement community are discussed. The following chapters review various aspects impacting the research such as a brief history of trauma, Posttraumatic stress disorder within the law enforcement community, officer resiliency, coping, cognitive behavioral treatment strategies, EMDR, positive psychology, community psychology, critical incident stress debriefing as well as biological-based treatments. Treatment modalities and research for mental health professionals working with law enforcement are discussed. Evidenced-Based treatment methods are reviewed as well. The implications of this project are reviewed, as well as the limitation and further suggestions for future research.

Format

Dissertation/Thesis

Language

English

Author(s)

James Schrage

Original Work Citation

Schrage, J. (2013). Law enforcement and trauma: Psychological intervention strategy, methodology, and techniques. (Dissertation, Alliant International University)

Collection

Citation

“Law enforcement and trauma: Psychological intervention strategy, methodology, and techniques,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed July 30, 2021, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/21498.

Output Formats