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Guidelines For The Management Of Conditions Specifically Related To Stress

World Health Organization WHO, (2013)


Objectives and scope of the document This document was developed to provide recommended management strategies for problems and disorders that are specifically related to the occurrence of a major stressful event. The recommended strategies will form the basis of a new module to be added to the WHO (2010) mhGAP Intervention Guide for use in non-specialized specialized health-care settings. The scope of the problems covered by these guidelines is: symptoms of acute stress in the first month after a potentially traumatic event, with the following subtypes: - symptoms of acute traumatic stress (intrusion, avoidance and hyperarousal) in the first month after a potentially traumatic event; - symptoms of dissociative (conversion) disorders in the first month after a potentially traumatic event; - non-organic (secondary) enuresis in the first month after a potentially traumatic event (in children); - hyperventilation in the first month after a potentially traumatic event; - insomnia in the first month after a potentially traumatic event; posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD); bereavement in the absence of a mental disorder.
http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/85119/1/9...


Підтримка учнів, які зазнали травм: програма SSET, Support for Students exposed to Trauma: The SSET Program

Ліса Г. Джейкокс, Одра К. Ленґлі, Крістін Л. Дін, Eds.: Інститут психічного здоров’я українського католицького університету видавнича серія «психологія. психіатрія. психотерапія» видання здійснене у партнерстві з українським інститутомкогнітивно-поведінкової терапіїта фондом «Швейцарське бюро співробітництва в Україні», (2015)


навчальний посібник для керівників груп, плани занять, матеріали для занять та бланки Group Leader Training Manuals, Lessons Plans, and Lessons Materials and Worksheets
http://ipz.org.ua/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/sset_...


Building Back Better: Sustainable Mental Health Care After Emergencies

World Health Organization (WHO), (2013)


Emergencies, in spite of their tragic nature and adverse effects on mental health, are unparalleled opportunities to build better mental health systems for all people in need. This WHO publication shows how this was done in 10 diverse emergency-affected areas
http://www.who.int/mental_health/emergencies/build...


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