Joshua Williams
PsychiatryPsychological resiliencePublic healthPsychologyAdverse effectPerspective (graphical)PsychoeducationRoad trafficMedical negligenceStress inoculationPsychotherapistPersonal developmentClinical psychologyMedicineSocial psychology
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Exposure to stress, adverse events and catastrophic trauma is not unusual in the course of a lifetime, and the consequences can be significant for many. Events including terrorist attacks, tsunamis, hurricanes as well as other man-made adverse events such as work accidents, road traffic accidents and medical negligence make the study of such reactions important. Most exposed individuals, due to their resilience do not develop a psychological disorder. From the clinical and public health perspect...
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The purpose of this article is to clarify the current state of describing traumatic reactions resulting in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) so that the disorder can be understood, assessment and treatment can be optimised and recovery can be facilitated. This article describes what PTSD is and how it can be most effectively treated. The key challenges to PTSD diagnosis, treatment and psychoeducation are discussed.
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