Humanising mental health care in Australia : a guide to trauma-informed approaches / edited by Richard Benjamin, Joan Haliburn and Serena King.

Contributor(s): Benjamin, Richard, 1963- [editor.] | Haliburn, Joan [editor.] | King, Serena [editor.]
Publisher: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, 2019Description: xlii, 414 pages ; 24 cm. 414 pContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780367076580; 0367076586; 9780367076603; 0367076608Other title: Humanizing mental health care in AustraliaSubject(s): Mental illness -- Treatment -- Australia | Mental health services -- Australia | Psychic trauma -- Treatment -- Australia | Traumatic neuroses -- Treatment -- Australia | AustralianDDC classification: 362.19685/2100994 LOC classification: RC552.T7 | H86 2019
Contents:
Trauma theory / Sandra Bloom -- The interpersonal construction of the human brain-mind system / Russell Meares -- Childhood trauma: the long-term impact and the human cost / Cathy Kezelman -- The relationship between child maltreatment, inequalities and later health outcomes / Jackie Amos and Leonie Segal -- Adult trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder: contemporary concepts / Alexander C. McFarlane -- Complex post-traumatic stress disorder, developmental trauma disorder, borderline personality disorder, and the dissociative disorders / Martin Dorahy and Mary-Anne Kate -- Trauma-informed care in infancy / Louise Newman -- Institutional abuse of children: an Australian perspective / Carolyn Quadrio -- Incest that continues into adult life / Warwick Middleton -- Aboriginal Australia: trauma stories can become healing stories if we work with therapeutic intent / Judy Atkinson -- The mental health of refugees and people who seek asylum / Derrick Silove and Sarah Mares -- Humanising responses to people who have experienced sexual violence / Jackie Burke -- Recognising and understanding the experience of trauma in the context of domestic violence / Agi O'Hara -- Trauma-informed care in the context of alcohol and other drug use disorders / Katherine Mills and Maree Teesson -- Biology and experience intertwined -- trauma, neglect and physical health / Johanna Lynch and Anna Luise Kirkengen -- Sequenced relationship-based treatment for complex traumatic stress disorders / Christine A. Courtois and Julian D. Ford -- Treating posttraumatic stress disorder with evidence-based psychological treatments / Carla J. Walton and Christopher W. Lee -- Trauma-informed psychodynamic psychotherapy -- a brief history and contemporary application / Joan Haliburn -- Working with body and mind -- trauma-informed somatic psychotherapy / Marianne Kennedy and Narelle McKenzie -- Meditation and yoga for trauma / Timothea Goddard -- Structured therapy versus psychodynamic therapy / Nick Bendit -- Working with trauma -- implications for supervision and professional ethics / Elisabeth Shaw -- The pillars of trauma-informed care and the need for cultural and organisational change / Pam Stavropolous -- Therapeutic services for traumatised children and young people: healing in the everyday experience of relationships / Joe Tucci and Janise Mitchell -- Setting up a "whole of culture" trauma-informed care model in Australia / Matthew Spicer and Veronica Burton -- The trauma-informed inpatient facility / Ignatius Kim and Toni Ashmore -- Trauma-informed mental health care for Australian defence force personnel and veterans / John Cooper and Nicole Sadler -- Developing a state-wide service for the treatment of patients with borderline personality disorder / Sathya Rao and Josephine Beatson -- Integrating trauma-informed care for personality disorders -- the project air strategy / Brin F.S. Grenyer -- Thirty years of developing, teaching and delivering a trauma-based relational psychotherapy: the conversational model of psychotherapy / Michael Williamson.
Summary: "For many people presenting with mental illness, trauma is the primary problem. Written for mental health professionals by academics and clinicians working at the forefront of the field, this book outlines the trauma-informed approaches in mental health care that help bring an increasingly humanistic attitude towards mental illness and those who suffer from it. First providing a thorough grounding in the history of and evidence base for trauma-informed approaches, the book goes on to provide guidance on a wide range of individual and organisational treatment approaches, and valuable insights for clinicians working with special populations including indigenous communities and abused children"--
List(s) this item appears in: Trauma (psychiatry, psychology) | Child & youth mental health
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Trauma theory / Sandra Bloom -- The interpersonal construction of the human brain-mind system / Russell Meares -- Childhood trauma: the long-term impact and the human cost / Cathy Kezelman -- The relationship between child maltreatment, inequalities and later health outcomes / Jackie Amos and Leonie Segal -- Adult trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder: contemporary concepts / Alexander C. McFarlane -- Complex post-traumatic stress disorder, developmental trauma disorder, borderline personality disorder, and the dissociative disorders / Martin Dorahy and Mary-Anne Kate -- Trauma-informed care in infancy / Louise Newman -- Institutional abuse of children: an Australian perspective / Carolyn Quadrio -- Incest that continues into adult life / Warwick Middleton -- Aboriginal Australia: trauma stories can become healing stories if we work with therapeutic intent / Judy Atkinson -- The mental health of refugees and people who seek asylum / Derrick Silove and Sarah Mares -- Humanising responses to people who have experienced sexual violence / Jackie Burke -- Recognising and understanding the experience of trauma in the context of domestic violence / Agi O'Hara -- Trauma-informed care in the context of alcohol and other drug use disorders / Katherine Mills and Maree Teesson -- Biology and experience intertwined -- trauma, neglect and physical health / Johanna Lynch and Anna Luise Kirkengen -- Sequenced relationship-based treatment for complex traumatic stress disorders / Christine A. Courtois and Julian D. Ford -- Treating posttraumatic stress disorder with evidence-based psychological treatments / Carla J. Walton and Christopher W. Lee -- Trauma-informed psychodynamic psychotherapy -- a brief history and contemporary application / Joan Haliburn -- Working with body and mind -- trauma-informed somatic psychotherapy / Marianne Kennedy and Narelle McKenzie -- Meditation and yoga for trauma / Timothea Goddard -- Structured therapy versus psychodynamic therapy / Nick Bendit -- Working with trauma -- implications for supervision and professional ethics / Elisabeth Shaw -- The pillars of trauma-informed care and the need for cultural and organisational change / Pam Stavropolous -- Therapeutic services for traumatised children and young people: healing in the everyday experience of relationships / Joe Tucci and Janise Mitchell -- Setting up a "whole of culture" trauma-informed care model in Australia / Matthew Spicer and Veronica Burton -- The trauma-informed inpatient facility / Ignatius Kim and Toni Ashmore -- Trauma-informed mental health care for Australian defence force personnel and veterans / John Cooper and Nicole Sadler -- Developing a state-wide service for the treatment of patients with borderline personality disorder / Sathya Rao and Josephine Beatson -- Integrating trauma-informed care for personality disorders -- the project air strategy / Brin F.S. Grenyer -- Thirty years of developing, teaching and delivering a trauma-based relational psychotherapy: the conversational model of psychotherapy / Michael Williamson.

"For many people presenting with mental illness, trauma is the primary problem. Written for mental health professionals by academics and clinicians working at the forefront of the field, this book outlines the trauma-informed approaches in mental health care that help bring an increasingly humanistic attitude towards mental illness and those who suffer from it. First providing a thorough grounding in the history of and evidence base for trauma-informed approaches, the book goes on to provide guidance on a wide range of individual and organisational treatment approaches, and valuable insights for clinicians working with special populations including indigenous communities and abused children"--

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