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Flucht und Trauma - Kurzfilm zu Selbsthilfe nach Flucht und Migration

Eds.: Max-Planck-Institut für Psychiatrie (MPI), (2019)

Kurzfilme über psychische und körperliche Beschwerden nach Flucht und Migration und zu Selbsthilfe n in 13 Sprachen: Viele Geflüchtete entwickeln körperliche und psychische Beschwerden, wenn sie „angekommen“ sind. Schlafstörungen, Herzrasen oder Unruhe können Anzeichen der Verarbeitung schwieriger Ereignisse sein. Was betroffene Menschen dagegen tun können, zeigt ein Kurzfilm des Max-Planck-Instituts für Psychiatrie (MPI). Der Film "Flucht und Trauma" für Geflüchtete und Helfer klärt über mögliche körperliche und psychische Symptome nach Flucht und Migration auf - zur Entlastung und als Aufforderung, sich Hilfe zu holen. Der zweite Film "Flucht und Trauma - Selbsthilfe" informiert über Möglichkeiten, sich selbst zu helfen.

Учительський словник чарівних висловів

unicef, EU Children of Peace, Eds.: unicef, EU Children of Peace, (2019)

Як знайти спільну мову з дітьми? Як порозумітися в непростих ситуаціях, що виникають мало не щодня? Ми склали невеличкий словничок, який допоможе мотивувати учнів до навчання і відновити довіру до вчителя. Для зручності у словничку є групи, назви яких підказують, що «почує» і відчує учень, якщо ви вживатимете у відповідних ситуаціях ці та подібні вислови. Щиро бажаємо вам взаєморозуміння, довіри і теплої атмосфери в роботі! Accessed on 2019

Играя, побеждаем стресс

Оксана Залесская, Eds.: Детский фонд ООН (ЮНИСЕФ), (2015)

Игры для детей и их взрослых

Допомога людині яка знаходиться у стані шоку, стресу чи травми

В.М. Бондаровська, Т.В. Кульбачка, Е.Б. Ламах, et al., Eds.: UNFPA, (2015)

Це видання допоможе соціальним працівникам, психологам та волонтерам у роботі з особами, яких торкнулись події, пов’язані зі збройними конфліктами та окупацією, а також особами, які втратили рідних чи близьких людей. Пам`ятайте, що людина, яка опинилась у складних життєвих обставинах, потребує не тільки матеріальної допомоги, тим більше людина, яка пережила стрес. Адже для повноцінної життєдіяльності вона, насамперед, потребує психологічної та моральної підтримки.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Children (Web-page)

Children's Hopsital of Philadelphia , (2019)

Accessed online February 2019 | Web-page discussing: What is post-traumatic stress disorder? What causes post-traumatic stress disorder? Who is affected by post-traumatic stress disorder? What are the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder? How is post-traumatic stress disorder diagnosed? Treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder. Prevention of post-traumatic stress disorder.

KidsHealth / for Parents / Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) (Web-page info sheet)

Shirin Hasan, Eds.: KidsHealth, (2018)

Webpage providing information about Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) for parents

“Psychology Works” Fact Sheet: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Canadian Psychological Association, (2014)

Factsheet on PTSD | Most of us have had frightening experiences. Often we think about them long after the event. For some people, these distressing thoughts or images persist, as well as other symptoms such as a strong sense of threat, feeling emotionally numb, and irritability. If these reactions occur frequently, last at least a month, and interfere with daily functioning, the person may be suffering from PTSD.

8 Symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in Children and Teens (Web-page post)

Jolene Philo, Eds.: Friendship Circle, (2013)

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a much more common condition in children and teens than most adults want to believe. But, the facts and figures compiled at the government’s National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN) show that a significant percentage of children have been exposed to trauma and later developed PTSD. How can parents and other adults help children and teens living with undiagnosed, untreated PTSD find the help they need? An understanding of the symptoms of PTSD is a good place to start. Some of the symptoms in children and teens are the same as those for babies and toddlers. These include hypervigilance, emotional distress when reminded of the initial trauma, fear or avoidance of places that remind them of the event, nightmares, and other sleep issues. But other symptoms are more common in children over the age of 3 and into the teen years. This article focuses on those symptoms.

10 Causes Of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder In Children (web-page post)

Jolene Philo, Eds.: Friendship Circle, (2013)

No one wants the words “post-traumatic stress disorder” and “children” to appear in the same sentence. But recent events like the Sandy Hook elementary school shooting are reminders that children as well as adults can be exposed to events that cause this debilitating but highly treatable mental illness.Previous posts in this series explained why I advocate for children with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), explored 5 myths and misconceptions about PTSD in children, and defined both trauma and PTSD from a child’s point of view. This post explores some of the causes of PTSD in kids.

Children and trauma: update for mental health professionals

APA Presidential Task Force on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Trauma in Children and Adolescents, Eds.: American Psychological Association, (2008)

Much of our knowledge about PTSD is based on studies of adults. As evidenced by the birth of new scientific disciplines (e.g., developmental translational neuroscience), it is clear that what we learn from research involving adults may not necessarily be applicable to children and adolescents. Indeed, the field of child and adolescent PTSD and trauma is relatively young, although the knowledge base has increased substantially over the past 2 decades. Moreover, task force members recognize that mental health professionals may have many different perspectives on child and adolescent trauma, particularly in regard to the specific nature of its effects and what interventions may be most effective in reducing negative outcomes and enhancing adaptive functioning. Although we attempt to summarize here what is currently known about child and adolescent PTSD and trauma, we welcome ongoing discussion and novel perspectives, which help to advance the field.

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