• Trauma u młodzieży. Konsekwencje i uwarunkowania

Trauma u młodzieży. Konsekwencje i uwarunkowania

  • Autor: Magdalena Kobylarczyk-Kaczmarek Nina Ogińska-Bulik
  • Wydawca: Difin
  • ISBN: 978-83-8270-183-8
  • Data wydania: 2023
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Współczesne czasy są źródłem licznych zagrożeń i kryzysów, związanych z różnego rodzaju wypadkami, kataklizmami, zagrażającymi życiu chorobami, aktami przemocy, a ostatnio także pandemią COVID-19 czy wojną w Ukrainie. Doświadczenie traumy w okresie dzieciństwa czy adolescencji może mieć istotny wpływ na funkcjonowanie jednostki w okresie dorosłości. Zważywszy na fakt coraz większego rozpowszechnienia zdarzeń traumatycznych i pogarszającego się zdrowia psychicznego nastolatków, rośnie zapotrzebowanie na badania w tym obszarze. Można także przewidywać, że wzrośnie liczba młodych osób wymagających profesjonalnej pomocy psychologicznej i psychiatrycznej. Monografia podejmuje niezwykle ważną problematykę, jaką jest doświadczanie traumy przez młodzież, jej konsekwencje i czynniki warunkujące. Monografia jest przeznaczona dla szerokiego grona osób zainteresowanych problematyką traumy, w tym rodziców/opiekunów dzieci i młodzieży po doświadczeniach traumatycznych, profesjonalistów (głównie terapeutów) pracujących z młodzieżą po traumie. Książka będzie także cennym źródłem wiedzy dla studentów psychologii, medycyny, zdrowia publicznego, słuchaczy studiów podyplomowych z zakresu interwencji kryzysowej i psychotraumatologii.

Spis treści:

Wprowadzenie

1. Trauma i jej konsekwencje

1.1. Definicje i klasyfikacje zdarzeń traumatycznych
1.2. Rozpowszechnienie i charakterystyka zdarzeń traumatycznych
1.3. Negatywne skutki ekspozycji na traumę
1.3.1. Zespół stresu pourazowego – definicje i klasyfikacje
1.3.2. Rozpowszechnienie występowania PTSD
1.3.3. Mechanizmy rozwoju i modele PTSD
1.3.4. Terapia PTSD
1.3.5. Inne zaburzenia potraumatyczne
1.4. Pozytywne skutki doświadczonych zdarzeń traumatycznych
1.4.1. Potraumatyczny wzrost – charakterystyka zjawiska
1.4.2. Modele wzrostu po traumie
1.4.3. Wspieranie wzrostu po traumie
1.5. Współwystępowanie negatywnych i pozytywnych skutków doświadczonych zdarzeń traumatycznych
Podsumowanie

2. Doświadczanie zdarzeń traumatycznych przez dzieci i młodzież oraz ich konsekwencje

2.1. Rozumienie traumy i jej typy występujące u dzieci i młodzieży
2.2. Rozpowszechnienie i rodzaje doświadczanych przez dzieci i młodzież zdarzeń traumatycznych
2.3. Negatywne skutki ekspozycji na traumę u dzieci i młodzieży
2.3.1. Zespół stresu pourazowego
2.3.2. Rozpowszechnienie PTSD
2.3.3. Inne zaburzenia potraumatyczne
2.4. Pozytywne następstwa ekspozycji na traumę u dzieci i młodzieży
2.4.1. Potraumatyczny wzrost
2.4.2. Występowanie potraumatycznego wzrostu u dzieci i młodzieży
2.4.3. Modele wzrostu po traumie u dzieci i młodzieży
2.5. Współwystępowanie negatywnych i pozytywnych następstw traumy u dzieci i młodzieży
2.6. Zapobieganie PTSD i wspieranie wzrostu po traumie u dzieci i młodzieży
Podsumowanie

3. Czynniki warunkujące występowanie negatywnych i pozytywnych skutków doświadczonych zdarzeń traumatycznych

3.1. Uwarunkowania sytuacyjne
3.1.1. Rodzaj zdarzenia
3.1.2. Czas, jaki upłynął od zdarzenia traumatycznego
3.1.3. Wsparcie społeczne
3.1.4. Inne formy pomocy psychologicznej
3.2. Uwarunkowania podmiotowe
3.2.1. Zmienne socjodemograficzne
3.2.2. Prężność
3.2.3. Ruminacje
3.2.4. Strategie radzenia sobie
Podsumowanie

4. Psychospołeczne uwarunkowania negatywnych i pozytywnych skutków zdarzeń traumatycznych doświadczonych przez młodzież – badania własne

4.1. Cel i metoda badań
4.2. Analiza wyników badań
4.3. Dyskusja wyników

Zakończenie
Bibliografia
Spis tabel i wykresów
Indeks nazwisk i nazw

Magdalena Kobylarczyk-Kaczmarek
doktor nauk społecznych w dyscyplinie psychologia, adiunkt w Zakładzie Psychologii Zdrowia w Instytucie Psychologii Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego. Główny obszar zainteresowań dotyczy szeroko pojętej problematyki traumy w grupie dzieci i młodzieży. Współautorka kilkunastu publikacji naukowych z zakresu psychologii zdrowia i stresu, głównie u dzieci i młodzieży oraz jednego narzędzia pomiaru. Na co dzień zajmuje się również pracą diagnostyczną i terapeutyczną z dziećmi i młodzieżą.

Książki tego autora

Nina Ogińska-Bulik
profesor nauk humanistycznych w zakresie psychologii, kierownik Zakładu Psychologii Zdrowia w Instytucie Psychologii Uniwersytetu Łódzkiego. Główny obszar zainteresowań dotyczy problematyki traumy. Autorka/współautorka licznych narzędzi pomiaru oraz 330 publikacji z zakresu psychologii zdrowia i stresu.

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