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Trauma and Culture (Routledge Psychosocial Stress)

John P. Wilson

Trauma and Culture (Routledge Psychosocial Stress)

by John P. Wilson

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Counseling,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Psychotherapy - Counseling,
  • Psychotherapy - Group,
  • Psychology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages352
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10208569M
    ISBN 100415953316
    ISBN 109780415953313
    OCLC/WorldCa173238826

    Trauma, Resilience and the Role of Culture Identification in Healing Reprinted from "Culture" issue of Visions Journal, , 9 (4), p. 8 Culture provides a larger sense of who we are, where we come from and where we belong. But equally important to the experience of trauma are the broader political and cultural contexts within which a catastrophe takes place and how it is "managed" by institutional forces, including the Trauma Culture, E. Ann Kaplan explores the relationship between the impact of trauma on individuals and on entire cultures and by:

      The Trauma Of Being Black In America: 1A "An entire community is grieving," Dr. Alisha Moreland-Capuia says. "What we really have to focus on is the subtext, and the subtext is racism.". Culturally-Sensitive Trauma-Informed Care refers to the capacity for health care professionals to effectually provide trauma-informed assessment and intervention that acknowledges, respects, and integrates patients' and families' cultural values, beliefs, and practices.

      There is a traditional narrative about trauma in books and films: after much torment or self-destructive behavior, a protagonist finds relief by telling their story in a moment of emotional catharsis, hopefully in a therapist’s office or in a safe space with a supportive, trusted friend. Find relevant calls for papers, read free research summaries, and discover APA journals, scholarly books, and books for kids on race, trauma, and social justice.


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Trauma and Culture (Routledge Psychosocial Stress) by John P. Wilson Download PDF EPUB FB2

In Trauma, Culture, and Metaphor, John Wilson and Jacob Lindy explore the language of both individual and collective trauma in an era dominated by globalization and h lucid, careful discussion, this important book builds a bridge between the etymology of trauma-related terms commonly used in Western cultures and those of other cultures, Cited by: 4.

This book analyzes a circular cultural relationship: not only how trauma is reflected in cultural processes and products, but also how trauma itself acts as a critical shaper of literature, the visual and performing arts, architecture, and religion and myth making.

“The editors of this work, all of whom are experts in trauma and interdisciplinary studies, have compiled an exceptional collection of essays that explore how trauma is examined and revealed through popular culture, be it in film, television, art, or literature.

The book offers a radical critique of the concept of PTSD and questions the assumptions which underpin the 'trauma industry' that has emerged around it. However, the book is not just about critique. Drawing on anthropology, philosophy and his own clinical experience and that of others, the author presents a very different understanding of the Cited by: This book examines the social contexts in which trauma is created by those who study it, whether considering the way in which trauma afflicts groups, cultures, and nations, or the way in which trauma is transmitted down the generations.

As Alford argues, ours has been called an age of : Palgrave Macmillan US. This book shows therapists how to become more sensitive to individual identity when working with clients who have suffered trauma. The author explains how culturally sensitive therapists draw upon multiple strategies for treating patients and are aware of both dominant group privilege and of their own identity and culture.

Trauma intersects in many different ways with culture, history, race, gender, location, and language. Trauma-informed systems acknowledge the compounding impact of structural inequity and are responsive to the unique needs of diverse communities.

Learn More About Historical Trauma. Historical Trauma Book List (PDF) — See our book list of relevant texts that explore the complexities of historical trauma from a variety of diverse perspectives.

Historical Trauma Research Article List (PDF) — Research articles that examine historical trauma and cultural healing. Presentations from researchers and professionals on historical trauma and. HISTORICAL TRAUMA - 2 • Historical Trauma is an example of intergenerational trauma.

It’s caused by events that target a group of people. Thus, even family members who have not directly experienced the trauma can feel the effects of the event generations later. • Dr. Maria Yellow Horse Brave Heart, PhD, conceptualized historical trauma in the.

Cultural humility — a respectful approach toward individuals of other cultures that continuously pushes one to challenge cultural biases — is an often-overlooked component of trauma-informed a child clinical psychologist and mental health consultant, Allison Briscoe-Smith, PhD, leads trainings on cultural humility and trauma-informed care for organizations throughout the San.

This book describes the diverse manifestations of trauma and the ways in which trauma has shaped—and dismantled—our culture. Yochai Ataria describes how we are addicted to trauma.

“This book would be new in the field and would pave the way forward in new ideas and concepts on Trauma and book suggests that there is a closed loop between trauma and culture, arguing that the iconic trauma stands at the very core of Western culture This book is extremely valuable and integrates theory and philosophy from.

In the closing pages of her memoir Memorial Drive, Pulitzer Prize winning poet Natasha Trethewey writes: "To survive trauma, one must be able to. Culture and PTSD Trauma in Global and Historical Perspective Edited by Devon E. Hinton and Byron J.

Good. pages | 6 x 9 | 16 illus. Cloth | ISBN | $s | Outside the Americas £ Paper | ISBN | $s | Outside the Americas £ Ebook editions are available from selected online vendors A volume in the series Ethnography of Political Violence. The book is split into four parts each chapters (the exception being part 5 which has 8 chapters): 1) The rediscovery of trauma; where he contextualizes trauma socio-historically and discusses the revolution of neuroscience, 2) This is your brain on trauma; where he describes in easy to understand terms the effects of trauma on the brain, 3.

In Trauma, Culture, and Metaphor, John Wilson and Jacob Lindy explore the language of both individual and collective trauma in an era dominated by globalization and interconnectedness.

Through lucid, careful discussion, this important book builds a bridge between the etymology of trauma-related terms commonly used in Western cultures and those. This book examines the social contexts in which trauma is created by those who study it, whether considering the way in which trauma afflicts groups, cultures, and nations, or the way in which trauma is transmitted down the generations.

As Alford argues, ours has been called an age of by: 4. When Trauma and Recovery was first published init was hailed as a groundbreaking work. In the intervening years, Herman's volume has changed the way we think about and treat traumatic events and trauma victims.

In a new afterword, Herman chronicles the incredible response the book has elicited and explains how the issues surrounding the topic have shifted within the clinical community 5/5(3).

In this book, Ron Eyerman explores the formation of the African-American identity through the theory of cultural trauma. The trauma in question is slavery, not as an institution or as personal experience, but as collective memory: a pervasive remembrance that grounded a people's sense of itself.

Interdisciplinary Handbook of Trauma and Culture 1st Edition PDF Free Download E-BOOK DESCRIPTION This lofty volume analyzes a circular cultural.

This book is about the impact of trauma both on individuals and on entire cultures or nations, and about the need to share and “translate” such traumatic impact. My study of trauma and its cultural politics opens with reference to 9/11 because the catastrophe offers insight into some of the book.

When Trauma and Recovery was first published init was hailed as a groundbreaking work. In the intervening years, Herman’s volume has changed the way we think about and treat traumatic events and trauma victims. In a new afterword, Herman chronicles the incredible response the book has elicited and explains how the issues surrounding the topic have shifted within the/5().

Dr. Gail Parker’s debut book, “Restorative Yoga for Ethnic and Race-Based Stress and Trauma,” is a must-read for everyone, especially with the social climate of Ironically, the book’s debut is perfectly timed as the world continues to face the challenges of systematic racism, police brutality, and the battle of the COVID pandemic.