Trauma reactivation assessment and treatment: Integrative case examples
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- Hiley-Young, B. J Trauma Stress (1992) 5: 545. doi:10.1007/BF00979223
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A framework for differentiating between subtypes of trauma reactivation is presented as a guide to client-treatment matching. Case examples are given to illustrate uncomplicated reactivation, complicated reactivation, and respective treatment implications. The rationale for utilizing a psychoeducational approach for treatment of uncomplicated reactivation and a psychodynamic approach for treatment of complicated reactivation is presented. Treatment implication for short-term disaster counseling services are discussed.