Healing Crisis and Trauma with Body, Mind, and Spirit

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Index
Amnesia, 97
Abuse, see specific types of abuse
Acceptance, 132-133
Accidents, reaction to, 10, 89
Acknowledgment of trauma, 1-2
Action orientation, 52
Acute disturbance, 4
Acute Stressors, 18
Adaptation, 11
Adrenal medulla system, 77
Adrenaline levels, 77
Adversarial growth, 78-79
Adverse outcomes, sources of, 18
Affect, restricted range of, 4
African genocide. See Rwanda
Age differences, postdisaster symptoms, 17-18
Aggression, psychological, 40
Aging population, mass trauma victims, 24-27
Airplane accident, 12
Alcohol dependence, 87
Alcohol use, 139
Alienation, 61
Allophones, 137,139
Alzheimer's disease, 26
American Psychiatric Association, 3, 50
American Psychological Association (APA)
Division of Psychological Hypnosis, 94
functions of, 14, 36, 101
Practice Directorate of, 123
Amnesia, 97
Anger
anger-releasing exercises, 117–118
implications of, 4, 15, 51, 58, 60, 79, 115, 139, 155
Anglophones, 137
Animals, role in healing process, 145–147
Anthrax scare, 16
Anticipatory guidance, 114
Antidepressants, 70
Anxiety
cognitive behavior therapy, 94–95
reduction strategies, 94
sources of, 12, 16, 32, 70, 92, 115, 156
Anxiety disorder, 71–72
Apartheid, 150
Apology Room, The, 155
Archetypes, 127–128
Armsworth, Mary, Dr., 37
Arousal
heightened, 92
persistent symptoms of, 4
physiological, 77
Assault on Truth (Masson), 4
Assertiveness, 75
Asthma patients, 102
Auschwitz, 152
Authentic therapist, 134
Autogenic training, 119
Autonomy, 76
Aversive learning, 97
Avoidance, 4, 32, 92
Baldwin, David, 98
Battered-woman syndrome, 5
Battered women, characterized, 40, 123
Battle fatigue, 2
Beck, Alan, Dr., 147
Behavioral learning, 76
Belief system, 15, 54, 78
Bereavement, 18, 100
Betrayal, 152
Between Pets and People The Importance of Animal Companionship (Beck), 147
Beyond Religion (Elkins), 125–126
Bioenergetic (body-mind) exercises, 115, 118
Birth, impact of, 1, 131

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