JS110_5CrisisChild - more distant, less traumatic event...

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    Brief Interventions with  Acutely Traumatized Children An interviewing  technique to   Provide emotional  first-aid  - NOT to gather  forensic evidence
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    Three  Stages of Interviewing  Acutely Traumatized Children Opening – invite projective play Trauma disclosure Closure – restore defenses & coping
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    Key Concept The violent/traumatic event remains  intrusive on the child’s mind and will  be represented somewhere in the  projective play (along with the  defenses)
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    Typical Defenses observed in  Projective Play Denial of trauma in  fantasy Reversal of traumatic  outcomes Disruption or  fragmentation Stalling/frozen stance Displacement onto 
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Unformatted text preview: more distant, less traumatic event Factual retelling of event without affect Symbolic rendition of traumatic event Reliving the Traumatic Experience Linking theme of projective play to trauma event The emotional outcry Translating sensory experience into a coherent story Titrating the expression of emotion worst moment Inner plans of action Counter-retaliation and retribution fantasies Closure Restoring the childs defenses Identifying/predicting PTSD symptoms Honoring the childs courage Arranging follow-up treatment...
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