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 John H. Ehrenreich, 2001. This manual is a guide to psychosocial interventions to help people cope with the emotional effects of disasters. Permission is granted to review, abstract, translate and/or reproduce any portion of this manual for use consistent with this purpose, but not for sale or for use in conjunction with commercial purposes. Please acknowledge this manual as source if any use is made of it. Please send copies of any translations to us so that we may make them available in… 
A Guide for Humanitarian, Health Care, and Human Rights Workers Caring for Others, Caring for Yourself
? John H. Ehrenreich, 2002. This manual is intended to help humanitarian aid workers, rescue and relief workers, health workers, journalists, human rights workers, and others who have frequent
Crisis intervention for children and adolescents experienced a situation of disaster
Abstract: Good social practices for overcoming the consequences of disasters (natural disasters like earthquake, flood, thunder storm, etc. and crises caused by human acts such as manufacturing
In the Philippines, the National Disaster Coordinating Council MHPSS Sub-committee saw a need to develop a Rapid Assessment Tool for Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Emergency Settings (MHPSS-RAT) which will provide immediate assessment of the vulnerable population and relevant resources in the first twenty-four hours of onset in mass emergencies and disasters.
Mental Health Problems in the Wake of Disaster: A Gendered Perspective
The present study attempts to analyze mental health problems in terms of anxiety, depression and probable post-traumatic stress disorder among women in Kosi flood affected areas of Bihar, India.
Determinants of psychological morbidity in survivors of the earthquake and tsunami in Aceh and Nias
High rates of psychopathology, including symptoms of anxiety and affective disorders and post-traumatic stress syndrome were recorded in the overall sample, particularly in Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) who experienced more substantial post-disaster changes in life circumstances (impact).
Integrating Mental Health Services into Humanitarian Relief Responses to Social Emergencies, Disasters, and Conflicts: A Case Study
The key implication supports the establishment of more effective links between programs and professionals from different disciplines, who then can more effectively implement integrated program responses to large-scale disasters.
Sport as a post-disaster psychosocial intervention in Bam, Iran
In the field of humanitarian assistance, sport and play have recently gained attention as innovative instruments to support a psychosocial rehabilitation process in post-disaster and post-conflict
Using Social Holistic Approach In Working With Children Who Are In The War Zone
Since beginning of the century to the present day, especially in Asia, Africa and Latin American countries in particular, the conflict violent and war still continues in many parts of the world.
La Experiencia de Peralillo: Una Intervención Psicológica para el Estado de Emergencia The Experience in Peralillo: A Psychological Intervention for Emergency Situations
The experience is regarded successful in terms of the radial coordination with the Public Health networks to face the emergency and a new challenge to the clinical discipline will be to attend formative needs in the curricula to face future natural disasters based on this experience.
Secondary Trauma: A Team Approach
Bearing witness to trauma stories can evoke in clinicians the confusion and emotional turmoil their clients experience, known as secondary trauma. Given the complexities of trauma work, practitioners


Coping with Catastrophe: A Handbook of Post-Disaster Psychological Aftercare
Disasters strike with sudden violence tearing bodies, lives and families apart. Coping with Catastrophe is a practical handbook for people who provide psychosocial aftercare for victims of disasters.
Differential and Long-term Effects of Disasters: The Need for Planning and Preparation
The psychosocial aspects of disasters have long been established as an area of research, service delivery, education and training, and policymaking and planning. Increasing attention has been given
Psychosocial treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder: a critical review.
Issues such as prevalence of trauma and of PTSD, and gold standards for treatment outcome research are discussed, and issues specific to various trauma populations and factors that may influence treatment efficacy across types of trauma are discussed.
International Responses to Traumatic Stress
"International Responses to Traumatic Stress" asks pertinent questions as the United Nations observes its 50th Anniversary. It focuses on the effects of traumatic stress which accompany personal and
Women and emergencies.
Editorial Bridget Walker Understanding the disaster-development continuum - gender analysis is the essential tool and how to introduce a gender strategy into disaster preparedness is suggested.
Practice Parameters for the Assessment and Treatment of Children and Adolescents With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
These practice parameters review the current state of knowledge about posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in children and adolescents. The parameters were written to aid clinicians in the assessment
Psychotraumatology: Key Papers And Core Concepts In Post-Traumatic Stress
The Nature of Posttraumatic Stress: Psychotraumatology G.S. Everly, Jr. The Historical Evolution of PTSD Diagnostic Criteria: DSMI to DSMIV J.P. Wilson. An Integrative Twofactor Model of
From Victims to Survivors: Psychosocial Intervention in Disaster Management in the Philippines
(1995). From Victims to Survivors: Psychosocial Intervention in Disaster Management in the Philippines. International Journal of Mental Health: Vol. 24, No. 4, pp. 3-51.
The Gendered Terrain of Disaster: Through Women's Eyes
Preface Gender? Why Women?: An Introduction to Women and Disaster by Elaine Enarson and Betty Hearn Morrow Perspectives on Gender and Disaster The Neglect of Gender in Disaster Work: An Overview of
Confusing Realities and Lessons Learned in Wartime: Supporting Women's Projects in the Former Yugoslavia
Abstract The personal experiences of the author working with women's organizations in regions destabilized by war is the focus of this article. The author summarizes the results of a report