Psychological Interventions in Times of Crisis

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Index
AACAP. See American Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Abuse, sexual, xix
Accelerated information processing, 17
Acknowledgement
hostility, 225
pain, 222
perpetrator’s, 231
Action Without Borders, 106
Acute radiation sickness (ARS), 187
Acute stress disorder, 11
Adaptation mechanisms, 168–70
ADHD. See Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Adolescents, Chernobyl nuclear accident and, 200–201
Adults, children’s need for, 156, 201
Advertisements, public service, 6
Affection, importance of, 136
Africa, xix
atrocities in, 87
caregivers in, 267
children’s education in, 85
crisis in, 83–86
hardship endurance of, 86
job expectations in, 85
African Christian Leaders, 86–90
African Rights, 235
Aggression, children’s symbolic, 170
Aid programs, 134
Aid workers, 106, 110–11
Alprazolam, 21
Altruistic behavior, 9
Altruistic/therapeutic communities, 8
American Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP), 157
American Psychological Association (APA), xxiii
Cold War and, 59
Division of Clinical Psychology of, 19
listserves of, 123–24
public service ads by, 6
American Red Cross, 64. See also Danish Red Cross
Disaster Mental Health Services of, 67
September 11 disaster and, 64, 67
AMT. See Anxiety Management Techniques
Anger, 48, 82–83
Antiadrenergic agents, 21
Anti-psychotic medicine, 22
Anxiety, 81–82
Bouake crisis, 81
Chernobyl focused, 200
evacuee children’s, 200
grief and, 40
lack of communication, 82
lowering, 76
NYU student’s, 126
programs for managing, 15
Anxiety Management Techniques (AMT), 15
APA. See American Psychological Association
Approach, bio-psycho-social, xviii
ARS. See Acute radiation sickness
Asian Preparedness Center, xxvi
Atrocities, Africa’s, 87
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), 197
Avega organization, 228
Avoidance, 20, 22

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