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Висновки з проекту “Навчання життєвим навичкам та психосоціальна підтримка дітей, які постраждали внаслідок конфлікту на сході України” Семінар по Порядку денному ЮНІСЕФ у сфері освіти

Chris Talbot, Eds.: unicef, (2017)


Засвоєні уроки з Проекту “Навчання життєвим навичкам та психосоціальна підтримка дітей, які постраждали внаслідок конфлікту на сході України”, що фінансується Службою Європейської Комісії з гуманітарної допомоги та громадянського захисту (ЕСНО) в рамках Ініціативи “Діти миру
https://www.ukma.edu.ua/images/pics/centers/mhpsc/...


Assessing post-traumatic stress disorder in South African adolescents: using the child and adolescent trauma survey (CATS) as a screening tool

Suliman, S., Kaminer, D., Seedat, S. & Steinm D.J. , Eds.: Annals of General Psychiatry, (2005)


Background: Several studies have demonstrated that South African children and adolescents are exposed to high levels of violent trauma with a significant proportion developing PTSD, however, limited resources make it difficult to accurately identify traumatized children. Methods: A clinical interview (K-SADS-PL, selected modules) and self-report scale (CATS) were compared to determine if these different methods of assessment elicit similar information with regards to trauma exposure and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in adolescents. Youth (n = 58) from 2 schools in Cape Town, South Africa participated. Results: 91% of youth reported having been exposed to a traumatic event on self-report (CATS) and 38% reported symptoms severe enough to be classified as PTSD. On interview (K-SADS-PL), 86% reported exposure to a traumatic event and 19% were found to have PTSD. While there were significant differences in the rates of trauma exposure and PTSD on the K-SADS and CATS, a cutoff value of 15 on the CATS maximized both the number of true positives and true negatives with PTSD. The CATS also differentiated well between adolescents meeting DSM-IV PTSD symptom criteria from adolescents not meeting criteria. Conclusions: Our results indicate that trauma exposure and PTSD are prevalent in South African youth and if appropriate cut-offs are used, self-report scales may be useful screening tools for PTSD.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC10880...


Complex Trauma Standardized Measures

The National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN), (2019)


Overview of available standardized measures of Complex Trauma on www.nctsn.org | Accessed online February 2019
https://www.nctsn.org/sites/default/files/resource...


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