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Poster Session Abstracts

  • Marla Arvay
  • Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi
  • Marilyn Safir
  • Miriam Bendiksen
  • Ellen Berah
  • Penny Brabin
  • Daphne Hewson
  • Oguz Berksun
  • Dorthe Berntsen
  • Denis Brouillet
  • Catherine Cameron
  • Etzel Cardeña
  • Thomas Grieger
  • Jeffrey Staab
  • Carroll Fullerton
  • Robert Ursano
  • Ashley V. Conway
  • Hans F. M. Crombag
  • Peter Dale
  • Constance J. Dalenberg
  • J. Cathy Duvenage
  • Michael T. Coe
  • Colleen Masters
  • Matthew Dammeyer
  • Narina N. Nightingale
  • Monica McKoy
  • Graham Davies
  • Noelle Robertson
  • Joaquín De Paúl
  • N. Alday
  • Y. Mocoroa
  • P. Paz
  • A. Pérez de Albeniz
  • Sietske Dijkstra
  • Robyn Fivush
  • April Schwarzmueller
  • G. Ron Frisch
  • Richard Govoni
  • Camilla Gobbo
  • Carla Fregoni
  • Luigina Pau
  • Felicity Goodyear-Smith
  • Tannis M. Laidlaw
  • Robert G. Large
  • Luise Gruel
  • Evan Harrington
  • Brian Altman
  • Bruce Rind
  • Philip A. Higham
  • Robert M. Cochrane
  • Elaine Hunter
  • Ira E. HymanJr.
  • Ron Kleinknecht
  • E. Kheriaty
  • P. Solomon
  • L. L. Gilstrap
  • K. Decker
  • C. Wilkinson
  • M. Brennan
  • Kerry Lee
  • Giuliana Mazzoni
  • Judith McDougall
  • Amina Memon
  • Gill Wedge
  • Rachel Beese
  • Harald Merckelbach
  • Ineke Wessel
  • Marie-Pascale Noël
  • Bernard Rimé
  • Ronan E. O’Carroll
  • G. Masterton
  • R. Gooday
  • P. C. Hayes
  • Oget Oktem-Tanör
  • Janat Parker
  • Lorraine Bahrick
  • Brenda Lundy
  • Mary Levitt
  • Carole Peterson
  • Debra A. Poole
  • D. Stephen Lindsay
  • Russell A. Powell
  • Tore A. Nielsen
  • Jacques Py
  • Natascha Rainis
  • Jane Rawls
  • Martha L. Rogers
  • Caleb Ho
  • Jody Ward
  • Eric Nelson
  • José A. Ruiz-Caballero
  • Siegfried Sporer
  • Susan C. Hamilton
  • Nancy E. Walker
  • S. M. Lunnig
  • J. L. Eilts
  • Daniel B. Wright
  • Maria S. Zaragoza
  • Karen J. Mitchell
  • Sarah Drivdahl
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (NSSA, volume 291)

Abstract

A random sample of therapists (N=161) working in the field of trauma were surveyed to study levels of stress. Therapists were assessed on measures of general life stress, burnout, and traumatic stress. Twenty-four percent were experiencing high levels of general life stress, 16% reported high levels of emotional exhaustion, 26% felt ineffective in terms of personal accomplishment at work and 14% were experiencing high levels of traumatic stress similar to clients with post traumatic stress disorder. Relationships between measures and demographic variables were reported, a profile of traumatised therapists was identified, and implications of these findings of therapists were presented.

Keywords

Childhood Sexual Abuse False Memory Autobiographical Memory Mock Juror Reality Monitoring 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1997

Authors and Affiliations

  • Marla Arvay
    • 1
  • Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi
    • 2
  • Marilyn Safir
    • 2
  • Miriam Bendiksen
    • 3
  • Ellen Berah
    • 4
  • Penny Brabin
    • 4
  • Daphne Hewson
    • 47
  • Oguz Berksun
    • 5
  • Dorthe Berntsen
    • 6
  • Denis Brouillet
    • 7
  • Catherine Cameron
    • 8
  • Etzel Cardeña
    • 9
  • Thomas Grieger
    • 9
  • Jeffrey Staab
    • 9
  • Carroll Fullerton
    • 9
  • Robert Ursano
    • 9
  • Ashley V. Conway
    • 10
  • Hans F. M. Crombag
    • 11
  • Peter Dale
    • 12
  • Constance J. Dalenberg
    • 13
  • J. Cathy Duvenage
    • 13
  • Michael T. Coe
    • 13
  • Colleen Masters
    • 13
  • Matthew Dammeyer
    • 14
  • Narina N. Nightingale
    • 14
  • Monica McKoy
    • 14
  • Graham Davies
    • 15
  • Noelle Robertson
    • 15
  • Joaquín De Paúl
    • 16
  • N. Alday
    • 16
  • Y. Mocoroa
    • 16
  • P. Paz
    • 16
  • A. Pérez de Albeniz
    • 16
  • Sietske Dijkstra
    • 17
  • Robyn Fivush
    • 18
  • April Schwarzmueller
    • 18
  • G. Ron Frisch
    • 19
  • Richard Govoni
    • 19
  • Camilla Gobbo
    • 20
  • Carla Fregoni
    • 20
  • Luigina Pau
    • 20
  • Felicity Goodyear-Smith
    • 21
  • Tannis M. Laidlaw
    • 21
  • Robert G. Large
    • 21
  • Luise Gruel
    • 22
  • Evan Harrington
    • 23
  • Brian Altman
    • 23
  • Bruce Rind
    • 23
  • Philip A. Higham
    • 24
  • Robert M. Cochrane
    • 24
  • Elaine Hunter
    • 25
  • Ira E. HymanJr.
    • 26
  • Ron Kleinknecht
    • 26
  • E. Kheriaty
    • 26
  • P. Solomon
    • 26
  • L. L. Gilstrap
    • 27
  • K. Decker
    • 27
  • C. Wilkinson
    • 27
  • M. Brennan
    • 27
  • Kerry Lee
    • 47
  • Giuliana Mazzoni
    • 28
  • Judith McDougall
    • 29
  • Amina Memon
    • 30
  • Gill Wedge
    • 30
  • Rachel Beese
    • 30
  • Harald Merckelbach
    • 31
  • Ineke Wessel
    • 31
  • Marie-Pascale Noël
    • 32
  • Bernard Rimé
    • 32
  • Ronan E. O’Carroll
    • 33
  • G. Masterton
    • 33
  • R. Gooday
    • 33
  • P. C. Hayes
    • 33
  • Oget Oktem-Tanör
    • 34
  • Janat Parker
    • 35
  • Lorraine Bahrick
    • 35
  • Brenda Lundy
    • 35
  • Mary Levitt
    • 35
  • Carole Peterson
    • 36
  • Debra A. Poole
    • 37
  • D. Stephen Lindsay
    • 37
  • Russell A. Powell
    • 38
  • Tore A. Nielsen
    • 38
  • Jacques Py
    • 39
  • Natascha Rainis
    • 39
  • Jane Rawls
    • 40
  • Martha L. Rogers
    • 41
  • Caleb Ho
    • 41
  • Jody Ward
    • 41
  • Eric Nelson
    • 41
  • José A. Ruiz-Caballero
    • 42
  • Siegfried Sporer
    • 43
  • Susan C. Hamilton
    • 43
  • Nancy E. Walker
    • 44
  • S. M. Lunnig
    • 44
  • J. L. Eilts
    • 44
  • Daniel B. Wright
    • 45
  • Maria S. Zaragoza
    • 46
  • Karen J. Mitchell
    • 46
  • Sarah Drivdahl
    • 46
  1. 1.University of VictoriaCanada
  2. 2.University of HaifaIsrael
  3. 3.Clinical PracticeBendiksen and BendiksenNorway
  4. 4.Monash UniversityAustralia
  5. 5.University of AnkaraTurkey
  6. 6.University of AarhusDenmark
  7. 7.University of Montpellier IIIFrance
  8. 8.University of La VerneUSA
  9. 9.Uniformed Services University of the Health SciencesUSA
  10. 10.Bowden House ClinicEngland, UK
  11. 11.University of LimburgThe Netherlands
  12. 12.National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to ChildrenEast SussexUK
  13. 13.Trauma Research InstituteCalifornia School of Professional PsychologySan DiegoUSA
  14. 14.University of WyomingUSA
  15. 15.University of Leicester and Leicester General HospitalUK
  16. 16.University of Basque CountrySpain
  17. 17.University of UtrechtThe Netherlands
  18. 18.Emory UniversityUSA
  19. 19.University of WindsorCanada
  20. 20.University of PadovaItaly
  21. 21.University of AucklandNew Zealand
  22. 22.University of BremenGermany
  23. 23.Temple UniversityUSA
  24. 24.University of NorthernCanada
  25. 25.Royal HollowayUniversity of LondonUK
  26. 26.Western Washington UniversityUSA
  27. 27.Western Washington University and Cornell UniversityUSA
  28. 28.University of FlorenceItaly
  29. 29.Victoria University of WellingtonNew Zealand
  30. 30.University of Texas at Dallas, USA and University of SouthamptonUK
  31. 31.Limburg UniversityThe Netherlands
  32. 32.Catholic University of LouvainBelgium
  33. 33.University of SterlingScotland, UK
  34. 34.University of IstanbulTurkey
  35. 35.Florida International University and Emory UniversityUSA
  36. 36.Memorial University of NewfoundlandCanada
  37. 37.Central Michigan UniversityUSA and University of WalesWalesUK
  38. 38.Grant MacEwan Community College and Sleep Disorder Centre MontrealCanada
  39. 39.Université Pierre MendezFrance
  40. 40.Private PracticeHamiltonNew Zealand
  41. 41.Rosemead School of Psychology and Biola UniversityUSA
  42. 42.Universidad Nacional de Education a DistanciaSpain
  43. 43.University of AberdeenScotland, UK
  44. 44.Creighton UniversityUSA
  45. 45.University of BristolUK
  46. 46.Kent State UniversityUSA
  47. 47.Macquarie UniversityAustralia

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