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Surviving Trauma and Tragedy: Lessons for Future Physicians and Mental Health Professionals Surviving Trauma and Tragedy: Lessons for Future Physicians and Mental Health Professionals
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Victims of violence often feel shame, self-blame and rejection. Some develop Posttraumatic Stress Disorder; a psychological wounding that is oftentimes unrecognized and misunderstood. Unlike rituals for birth, death and other significant occasions, there are no ceremonies for survivors of violence to help them regain their sense of self or celebrate their progress and humanity.
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The Ask® Program: Boundaries, Precious Boundaries
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These "how-to" videos teach associative skills which help people connect or associate the aspects of their lives they have learned to dissociate--such as their bodies, knowledge, available choices, feelings, or behavior.


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The Ask® Program: Taking Charge of Change
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These "how-to" videos teach associative skills which help people connect or associate the aspects of their lives they have learned to dissociate--such as their bodies, knowledge, available choices, feelings, or behavior.


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The Ask® Program: The Trouble With Feelings
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These "how-to" videos teach associative skills which help people connect or associate the aspects of their lives they have learned to dissociate--such as their bodies, knowledge, available choices, feelings, or behavior.


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Trauma and Dissociation in Children I: Behavioral Impacts Trauma and Dissociation in Children I: Behavioral Impacts
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"[Traumatized children] have problems with their body where they can’t understand signals from their body and have a lot of somatic symptoms. They can’t integrate their memories. They have difficulty, of course, relating with other people. So there’s a whole array of biological and social and psychological disregulation that happens because secure attachment never gave them the foundation to learn those things."– Kathy Steele, MN CS
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Trauma and Dissociation in Children II: Issues for Interviewers Trauma and Dissociation in Children II: Issues for Interviewers
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"It is very important for the interviewer or evaluator to stay attuned to the child’s psychological state during the interview. Because the last thing we would want to do is retraumatize the child by the way that we interview them or evaluate them, and add more trauma. So paying attention to either hyperarousal or dissociation, those are clues to the child’s emotional state. "– Connie Carnes, MS LPC
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Trauma and Dissociation in Children III: Guidelines for Prosecutors Trauma and Dissociation in Children III: Guidelines for Prosecutors
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"In order to investigate a case of suspected child abuse or litigate that case, you have to not only understand the legal issues, which are complex enough, but one really has to understand something about child development, about the impact of traumatic experiences on children, in order to understand how they react to it and to understand how we react to them. "– John E.B. Myers, JD
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Trauma and Dissociation in Children Set Trauma and Dissociation in Children Set
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Abuse and neglect can have profound effects on children’s neurological development, and on their behaviors. The often devastating impacts of trauma–on children’s sense of self, on their ability to regulate their emotions, and on their capacity to talk about what has happened to them–can pose major challenges for child protective services workers, law enforcement investigators, forensic interviewers, and prosecutors.


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