A remarkable team of expert authors provides firsthand accounts from disaster survivors around the globe, enabling readers to understand the lingering trauma and mental wounds that might otherwise go unrecognized, yet last a lifetime. These are the men, women, and children who the new field of disaster psychology seeks to heal. They include survivors of torture, terrorism, genocide attempts, tornadoes, hurricanes, earthquakes, tsunami, and other manmade or natural disasters. This set of books is the most comprehensive available resource explaining the practices and principles that have been employed, and are being employed, to heal them.
Handbook of International Disaster Psychology: Interventions with Special Needs Populations
By Gilbert Reyes, Gerard A. Jacobs
Contributor Gilbert Reyes
Published by Greenwood Publishing Group, 2006
ISBN 0275983196, 9780275983192