A house next door to trauma : learning from Holocaust survivors how to respond to atrocity /

Drawing on her long-standing experience as a manager of services for refugees and survivors, Judith Hassan presents a practical guide to working with people who have lived through war trauma. She explores the particular challenges caring professionals face in supporting this group, and develops a wo...

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Main Author: Hassan, Judith, 1946-
Format: eBook
Published: London ; New York : Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 2003.
Online Access:Available via EBSCO eBook Collection
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Table of Contents:
  • COVER; A House Next Door to Trauma: Learning from Holocaust Survivors How to Respond to Atrocity; Contents; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; PREFACE: THE 'OTHER WORLD' OF THE SURVIVORS' SUFFERING; PART I Facing the Dark Shadow; Introduction; Chapter 1 Opening the Door to the World of Extreme Trauma; Chapter 2 Personal Preparation to Confront the Dark Shadow; Chapter 3 The Complexity of Trauma; PART II Learning from Survivors How to Respond to Atrocity; Introduction; Chapter 4 Working with the Effects of Extreme Trauma; Chapter 5 Rethinking our Therapeutic Approaches.