Über den Autor
Erin Martz, Ph.D., C.R.C., the editor of this book, was an associate professor of rehabilitation counseling at the University of Memphis until December 2009. Prior to that, she worked as an assistant professor of rehabilitation counseling at University of Missouri, Columbia. She co-edited a book with Dr. Hanoch Livneh, which was published in 2007, entitled Coping with chronic illness and disability: Theoretical, empirical, and clinical aspects. She received a Fulbright Research Fellowship for Russia from the U.S. Department of State in 2006 and a Switzer Merit Fellowship from the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research in 2001. Her research interests include the topics of disability and trauma, disability and employment, and international rehabilitation.
to Trauma Rehabilitation After War and Conflict.- Exploring the Trauma Membrane Concept.- Forgiveness and Reconciliation in Social Reconstruction After Trauma.- A Public-Health View on the Prevention of War and Its Consequences.- Community-Based Rehabilitation in Post-conflict and Emergency Situations.- A Systems Approach to Post-conflict Rehabilitation.- Human Physical Rehabilitation.- Psychological Rehabilitation for US Veterans.- Psychological Rehabilitation of Ex-combatants in Non-Western, Post-conflict Settings.- Psychosocial Rehabilitation of Civilians in Conflict-Affected Settings.- Shame and Avoidance in Trauma.- Psychosocial Adjustment and Coping in the Post-conflict Setting.- Helping Individuals Heal from Rape Connected to Conflict and/or War.- The Psychological Impact of Child Soldiering.- The Toll of War Captivity: Vulnerability, Resilience, and Premature Aging.- Trauma-Focused Public Mental-Health Interventions: A Paradigm Shift in Humanitarian Assistance and Aid Work.
Provides a multidimensional perspective on the concept of trauma membrane
Covers a broad perspective of the concept of rehabilitation
Includes rehabilitation perspectives on both the individual and communitly level