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When hope and grief intersect: rates and risks of prolonged grief disorder among bereaved individuals and relatives of disappeared persons in Colombia.
Prolonged grief disorder three decades post loss in survivors of the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia.
A systematic review and meta-analysis of correlates of prolonged grief disorder in adults exposed to violent loss
- C. Heeke, Christina Kampisiou, H. Niemeyer, C. Knaevelsrud
- PsychologyEuropean journal of psychotraumatology
- 29 December 2017
The associations with psychological disorders may indicate shared mechanisms of psychopathology and it is recommended that clinicians carefully assess suicidal ideation among individuals with PGD who have been exposed to violent loss.
Applicability of the ICD-11 proposal for PTSD: a comparison of prevalence and comorbidity rates with the DSM-IV PTSD classification in two post-conflict samples
- N. Stammel, Eva M. Abbing, C. Heeke, C. Knaevelsrud
- Psychology, MedicineEuropean journal of psychotraumatology
- 18 May 2015
The lower prevalence of PTSD according to the ICD-11 proposal in samples of persons exposed to a high number of traumatic events may counter criticism of previous PTSD classifications to overuse the PTSD diagnosis in populations exposed to extreme stressors.
Conflict-related trauma and bereavement: exploring differential symptom profiles of prolonged grief and posttraumatic stress disorder
Specific symptom profiles emerged following exposure to trauma and loss within the context of the Colombian armed conflict, associated with distinct types of traumatic experiences, the degree of closeness to the person lost, the amount of social support perceived, and gender.
[Ambiguous loss. Psychopathological and psychosocial consequences in the context of violent conflicts].
An empirical overview on studies addressing ambiguous loss in violent conflicts as well as to highlight potential risk factors for negative mental health outcomes relevant in relatives of missing persons to help identify persons at high risk and develop adequate and effective interventions.
[Sequential traumatization, trauma-related disorders and psychotherapeutic approaches in war-traumatized adult refugees and asylum seekers in Germany].
- M. Böttche, C. Heeke, C. Knaevelsrud
- Psychology, MedicineBundesgesundheitsblatt, Gesundheitsforschung…
- 12 April 2016
According to the S3 guidelines (S3-Richtlinien), trauma-adapted psychotherapeutic treatment has to be complemented by the activities of social workers, by medical treatment, and by legal advice.
Same same but different? DSM-5 versus ICD-11 PTSD among traumatized refugees in Germany.
Posttraumatic stress in adult civilians exposed to violent conflict, war and associated human rights abuses in the Eastern Mediterranean Region: A systematic review and meta-analysis.
From formative research to cultural adaptation of a face-to-face and internet-based cognitive-behavioural intervention for Arabic-speaking refugees in Germany
- M. Böttche, Christina Kampisiou, C. Knaevelsrud
- Psychology, MedicineClinical Psychology in Europe
- 23 November 2021
The conceptual framework and the RECAPT guidelines simplify, standardise and clarify the cultural adaptation process.