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The Concept of the Disruptive Events and Reconstructive Relational Experience as a Model of Crises and Disasters Interventions

  • José T. Thomé
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Abstract

We live in the twenty-first century with the frequent presence of the violent discontinuity in the mankind’s daily life. We call Disruptive this violent event that promotes experiences by placing it against disorganizing extreme situations.

Keywords

Disruptive Human factors PTSP Pathology by Disruption Reconstructive Relational Experience Subjectivity Trauma Traumatogenic 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Section Disasters PsychiatryWorld Psychiatry AssociationGenevaSwitzerland

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