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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Memory, and War -- Literature Review
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This 20 page report discusses the published literature relating to memory, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD, and the impact of trauma and the recollection of such trauma. Both psychological and medical experts have researched the connections that exist between PTSD and memory. Bibliography lists 30 sources.
Filename: BWptsd.wps

Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome
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A 5 page overview of the psychological condition known as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Identifies the causes and symptoms of the condition, noting that although war is one of the most frequent causes the condition can be caused by a variety of other factors as well. Emphasizes the importance of treating both the somatic and psychological symptoms of the disorder. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PPtrmaSt.wps

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
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A 12 page paper that provides an overview of 5 empirical studies of PTSD and proposes a treatment protocol after discussing the results of the study. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PTSD.rtf

Power and Conflict in the 'nest' -One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey.
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(5 pp). On one level this book is about society's dislike for, and eventual destruction of the unrepentant non-conformer. But on another level it is exactly what the story line portrays - a brilliant look at the abuse, oppression and even murderous nature of the modern 'mental-health' system. Action plays out through the conflicts of McMurphy and Nurse Ratched.
Filename: BBnestMH.doc

Prescription Privileges for Psychologists
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This 10 page report discusses the issue of whether or not psychologists should have the ability to prescribe certain drugs for their clients. It consists primarily of a literature review on the issue and presents the opinions of those both for and against granting such privileges. Arguments on both sides of the issue address concerns such as whether or not a person who has not been trained as a physician should ever prescribe pharmaceuticals to issues related to legal liability. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: BWprpriv.wps

Psychoanalytic and Existential Psychotherapy
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A 10 page paper which discusses psychoanalytic and existential psychotherapy. The focus of these two approaches is that which addresses the counseling needs of an adult survivor of childhood abuse. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: RAcnslbs.wps

Psychoanalytic Understanding and Myths, Folktales, and Narrative
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This 20 page report discusses the fact that modern psychoanalysis is a multifaceted discipline that depends on classic Freudian explanations as well as more contemporary empirical practices. Social scientists, researchers into human psychology, writers, and even “pop psychologists” have demonstrated an affinity for the mythological and heroic aspects of the human psyche. Individuals have been able to gain a better understanding of and appreciation for their own capabilities through their association with a particular culture, classic mythology, or spiritualism. As it is used and referenced in the practice of psychoanalysis, cultural myth and narrative serve to offer greater insights into collective human thinking. Bibliography lists 18 sources.
Filename: BWpsymy2.wps

Psychoeducation and Schizophrenia: A Contrast of Two Families
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A 15 page discussion of the importance of dealing with families in the treatment of schizophrenia. Observes that family reaction to a formal diagnosis can vary from acceptance of such a diagnosis and subsequent cooperation with psychiatric professionals to rejection of the diagnosis and outright belligerence when it comes time to deal with those in charge of guiding their family member to recovery. Contends that such recovery balances, however, on the ability of the therapist to direct intervention at the family unit as a whole even though only subsystems or individuals from the family are actually seen by the therapist. Concludes that family acceptance of the diagnosis of schizophrenia and their cooperation with psychiatric professionals is, therefore, critical in the treatment of this condition. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: PPpsycEd.wps


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