Unformatted text preview: Phase I. Acute Phase (Initial Reaction) • Numbness, disbelief, physical shock, slow/inaduable speech, ansiety, fear, same guilt, violated humiliated Phase II. Reorganization Phase (can take weeks, months or years) Stage A. Adjustment • May resume usual activities, denies feelings about rape,, deals with practical matters, less interested in talking about it, may have day dreams and flash backs, may need professional help to express emotions Stage B. Integration • Suddenly becomes depressed, unable to stop thinking about the rape, experiences trigger memories, needs help with immediate problems and working through feelings, may have nightmares Phase III. Recovery • Return to normal behavior...
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- Spring '08
- Psychology, Psychological manipulation, aquantince rape Melinda