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Stress and Coping Part One
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Stress: Any circumstance that threatens or is perceived to threaten one’s well being Stress has both psychological and physiological components
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Coping: What strategies you use to buffer against the stress cycle. Active efforts to master, reduce or accept the demands created by stress. Constructive and Adaptive and maladaptive coping strategies exist.
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Factors Enhancing Adaptation to Traumatic Events such as Terrorism or War Coping by adults/others (social reference; model) Support Systems Activity/Mastery: talk, art, writing, play Denial/Suppression BASIC model
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B= beliefs; find meaning in core values, look to a belief system or faith to help cope A= affect; identify and express feelings and emotions S= social, cope with the aid of social supports, family roles and interactions with peers I= imagination, creative problem solving and activities like drawing, playing C= Cognition; using information which is honest
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