Download e-book for iPad: How Schools Can Help Students Recover from Traumatic by Jaycox Lisa H.

By Jaycox Lisa H.

ISBN-10: 0833040375

ISBN-13: 9780833040374

ISBN-10: 0833042866

ISBN-13: 9780833042866

This instrument package describes how trauma publicity affects scholars' functionality and behaviour and gives a compendium of courses for faculties to aid the long term restoration of traumatized scholars. It additionally compares the courses with each other.

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There is also a new version of OTT for younger children grades 1 and 2 with 10 sessions of 45 minutes. OTT and ERASE-S can be provided through local public schools by teachers who are acquainted with the pupils and parents. Implementation: OTT and ERASE-S have been used and evaluated in Israel and Palestine. In a randomized controlled trial, 70 children in 2nd though 6th grade who took part in OTT showed significant reductions of PTSD symptoms, somatic complaints, and generalized and separation anxiety symptoms two months after the intervention, as compared to controls (Berger, Pat-Horenczyk, and Gelkopf, Under Review).

Data for year 1 has shown that the program decreased student anxiety levels and suspension rates. Data for year 2 and for years 1 and 2 combined is currently being prepared for publication. Training: Currently only employees of the SBIP have implemented the program. However, the program’s goal is to train others. Materials: The manual, Resilience and Skill Building: A Manual to Manage Anger and Increase Interpersonal Skills, and its accompanying packet of Supplemental Materials (homework, handouts, checklists) are available.

31 UCLA Trauma/Grief Program for Adolescents (Original) and Enhanced Services for Post-hurricane Recovery: An Intervention for Children, Adolescents and Families (Adaptation) Objective: The UCLA Trauma/Grief Program is an individual and group intervention that aims to alleviate anxiety, depression, somatic complaints, risk-taking, aggressive and antisocial behaviors, complicated grief, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) among traumatized or bereaved youth. It does so through cognitive behavior therapy (narrative reconstruction, psychoeducation, cognitive restructuring, developing coping skills and managing activity).

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