Health Reference Series: PTSD and Coping with Trauma Sourcebook

Editor: Williams, Angela L.
Publication Year: 2020
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1767-8
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Image Count: 19
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

PTSD and Coping with Trauma Sourcebook, First Edition provides updated information about basics of PTSD, brain and mental health along with its risk factors, related problems, its impact on family, and the facts and myths of PTSD.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part I: Understanding Psychological Trauma and PTSD
  • Chapter 1—The Brain and Mental Health
  • Chapter 2—What Is Stress?
  • Chapter 3—What Is Trauma?
  • Chapter 4—PTSD Basics
  • Chapter 5—Genetic Risk Factors for PTSD
  • Chapter 6—Populations at Risk
  • Chapter 7—PTSD and Its Impact on Family
  • Chapter 8—Myths and Facts about PTSD
  • Chapter 9—PTSD in the United States
  • Part II: Types of Trauma
  • Chapter 10—Medical Trauma
  • Chapter 11—Child and Adolescent Exposure to Trauma
  • Chapter 12—Sexual Assault and Violence
  • Chapter 13—Impact of Sociopolitical Issues on Mass Violence and Disasters
  • Chapter 14—Emotional and Psychological Trauma
  • Chapter 15—Moral Injury
  • Chapter 16—Physical Abuse
  • Chapter 17—Toxic Stress and Trauma Associated with Poverty
  • Part III: PTSD and Co-Occurring Conditions
  • Chapter 18—The Physical Health Consequences of Trauma and PTSD
  • Chapter 19—Neurocognitive Problems
  • Chapter 20—Traumatic Brain Injury and PTSD
  • Chapter 21—PTSD and Emotional Disturbances
  • Chapter 22—The Connection between Substance Abuse and PTSD
  • Chapter 23—Anger and Trauma
  • Chapter 24—Sleep Disturbance and PTSD: Insomnia and Nightmares
  • Chapter 25—Psychological Stress and Cancer
  • Part IV: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prevention of PTSD
  • Chapter 26—Do You Have PTSD?
  • Chapter 27—Diagnostic Criteria for PTSD
  • Chapter 28—PTSD Screening Instruments
  • Chapter 29—Clinician-Administered PTSD Scale for DSM-5 (CAPS-5)
  • Chapter 30—Assessment of PTSD with Co-Occurring Neurocognitive Disorder
  • Chapter 31—Assessing Risk of Violence in Individuals with PTSD
  • Chapter 32—Treatment for PTSD
  • Chapter 33—Helping during Treatment
  • Chapter 34—Play Therapy
  • Chapter 35—Psychotherapy
  • Chapter 36—Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
  • Chapter 37—Medications
  • Chapter 38—Stress Management
  • Chapter 39—Complementary and Alternative Medicine
  • Chapter 40—How Is PTSD Treated in Children and Teens?
  • Chapter 41—Telemental Health and PTSD
  • Chapter 42—Caregivers and Their Role in PTSD Treatment
  • Chapter 43—Preventing PTSD through Interventions
  • Part V: Living with PTSD
  • Chapter 44—Coping with PTSD
  • Chapter 45—Other Strategies for Coping with PTSD
  • Chapter 46—PTSD, Work, and Your Community
  • Chapter 47—Spirituality and Trauma
  • Chapter 48—Rights, Benefits, and Services for People with PTSD
  • Part VI: Clinical Studies and Research on PTSD
  • Chapter 49—Clinical Studies on PTSD
  • Chapter 50—Brain Biomarkers Could Help Identify Those at Risk of Severe PTSD
  • Chapter 51—Shared Decision-Making for PTSD Treatment
  • Chapter 52—Social Acceptance Helps Mental Health after War Trauma
  • Chapter 53—Patient Engagement in PTSD Treatment
  • Chapter 54—Meditation-Based Approaches in the Treatment of PTSD
  • Chapter 55—Exposure Therapy
  • Chapter 56—Focal Brain Stimulation for PTSD
  • Chapter 57—Group Treatment for PTSD
  • Chapter 58—Imaging Pinpoints Brain Circuits Changed by PTSD Therapy
  • Part VII: Additional Help and Information
  • Chapter 59—A Glossary of Terms Associated with PTSD
  • Chapter 60—Organizations That Provide Help for People with PTSD