Psychological Assessment of Adult Post-traumatic States
Phenomenology, Diagnosis, and Measurement A detailed, yet practical summary of the major issues and instruments involved in the assessment of posttraumatic disturbance. Dr. Briere analyzes the types of traumas most likely to produce long-term difficulties. He also explains the biological, historical, social, and cultural factors that mediate between trauma and outcome. New research on traumatic events, including rape, stalking, sex trafficking, torture, terrorist attacks, motor vehicle accidents, and disasters, is placed into clinical context. Especially relevant to the clinician, researcher, and forensic specialist.
Category:Trauma Subcategory:Professional/Educator/Parent Series:Psychiatry/Psychology Author:BRIERE, JOHN