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The Resource Psychological first aid for people with intellectual disabilities who have experienced sexual abuse : a step-by-step programme, Aafke Scharloo, Simone Ebbers and Martine Spijker ; foreword by Valerie Sinason

Psychological first aid for people with intellectual disabilities who have experienced sexual abuse : a step-by-step programme, Aafke Scharloo, Simone Ebbers and Martine Spijker ; foreword by Valerie Sinason

Label
Psychological first aid for people with intellectual disabilities who have experienced sexual abuse : a step-by-step programme
Title
Psychological first aid for people with intellectual disabilities who have experienced sexual abuse
Title remainder
a step-by-step programme
Statement of responsibility
Aafke Scharloo, Simone Ebbers and Martine Spijker ; foreword by Valerie Sinason
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Based upon years of experience and research, the SOS programme is the essential first step for enabling people with intellectual disabilities who have experienced sexual abuse to recover from the trauma. This is a vital resource filled with ready-to-use, practical tools for supporting these people, their families and caregivers
Cataloging source
EBLCP
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Scharloo, Aafke
Dewey number
616.89025
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
RC480.6
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Ebbers, Simone
  • Spijker, Martine
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  • People with mental disabilities
  • Sexual abuse victims
  • Sexual abuse victims
  • Traumatic neuroses
  • HEALTH & FITNESS
  • MEDICAL
  • MEDICAL
  • MEDICAL
  • MEDICAL
  • People with mental disabilities
  • Sexual abuse victims
  • Sexual abuse victims
Label
Psychological first aid for people with intellectual disabilities who have experienced sexual abuse : a step-by-step programme, Aafke Scharloo, Simone Ebbers and Martine Spijker ; foreword by Valerie Sinason
Instantiates
Publication
Note
4.4.4 Reactions in teenagers and adolescents to traumatic events
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword ; Acknowledgements ; General Introduction ; Chapter 1 -The SOS Handbook: Psychological First Aid After Sexual Abuse; Introduction ; 1.1 Target group of the SOS handbook; 1.2 The importance of the system ; 1.3 Task of the behavioural specialist ; 1.4 Aims of the SOS handbook ; 1.5 Structure of the SOS handbook ; 1.6 The SOS help books; 1.7 What to do in the case of serious problems after completion of the SOS programme; 1.8 Care for yourself as implementer of the SOS handbook; Chapter 2 -- Sexual Abuse of People with an Intellectual Disability: Explanation and Definition; Introduction
  • 2.1 The definition of sexual abuse2.2 Complex dynamics; 2.2.1 The splitting phenomenon; 2.3 Sexual abuse and the law; 2.3.1 Legal status of people with an intellectual disability ; 2.3.2 Legal vs. clinical evidence; 2.4 Informed sexual consent ; 2.4.1 Assessing informed sexual consent; 2.5 Prevalence of sexual abuse in people with an intellectual disability ; 2.5.1 Surrounded by care but still not safe; 2.5.2 Perpetrators of sexual abuse; 2.6 An explanation of the prevalence of sexual abuse in people with an intellectual disability
  • 2.7 The implications of sexual abuse in people with an intellectual disability2.7.1 Parents; 2.7.2 Accumulated powerlessness; 2.8 The well-known perpetrator; 2.9 Consequences of sexual abuse in victims with an intellectual disability ; 2.10 Victims of sexual abuse and sexually inappropriate behaviour ; 2.11 Sexual education for people who have been sexually abused; Chapter 3 -- The Legal Framework in Cases of Sexual Abuse of People with an Intellectual Disability ; Introduction ; 3.1 Reporting obligation, reporting code and sexual abuse protocol
  • 3.1.1 Law reporting code domestic violence and child abuse3.2 Laws and regulations; 3.2.1 Who has to give permission? ; 3.2.2 In which cases is permission necessary? ; 3.2.3 Building dossiers and the right to access ; 3.2.4 Information obligation ; 3.2.5 Professional confidentiality and the reporting code; 3.2.6 The right to refuse to give evidence ; 3.3 Minimum fact interviews; 3.4 Statement or report to the police; 3.4.1 Support in making the statement ; 3.4.2 Talking about sexual abuse and the police interview ; 3.5 Medical investigation ; 3.6 Dealing with the media
  • Chapter 4: Trauma and Coping with Trauma 4.1 What is trauma? ; 4.1.1 Trauma and DSM ; 4.1.2 Types of trauma ; 4.2 Trauma -- what happens in the brain? ; 4.2.1 The structure of the brain ; 4.2.2 The brain and stress; 4.2.3 The influence of trauma on the brain structure ; 4.3 Reactions to trauma ; 4.3.1 Coping process; 4.3.2 Dissociation ; 4.3.3 Other associated disorders; 4.4 Age-specific reactions to traumatic events; 4.4.1 Reactions in babies to traumatic events ; 4.4.2 Reactions in toddlers and young children to traumatic events; 4.4.3 Reactions in school children to traumatic events
Control code
965168237
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781784504168
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
972989
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)965168237
Label
Psychological first aid for people with intellectual disabilities who have experienced sexual abuse : a step-by-step programme, Aafke Scharloo, Simone Ebbers and Martine Spijker ; foreword by Valerie Sinason
Publication
Note
4.4.4 Reactions in teenagers and adolescents to traumatic events
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword ; Acknowledgements ; General Introduction ; Chapter 1 -The SOS Handbook: Psychological First Aid After Sexual Abuse; Introduction ; 1.1 Target group of the SOS handbook; 1.2 The importance of the system ; 1.3 Task of the behavioural specialist ; 1.4 Aims of the SOS handbook ; 1.5 Structure of the SOS handbook ; 1.6 The SOS help books; 1.7 What to do in the case of serious problems after completion of the SOS programme; 1.8 Care for yourself as implementer of the SOS handbook; Chapter 2 -- Sexual Abuse of People with an Intellectual Disability: Explanation and Definition; Introduction
  • 2.1 The definition of sexual abuse2.2 Complex dynamics; 2.2.1 The splitting phenomenon; 2.3 Sexual abuse and the law; 2.3.1 Legal status of people with an intellectual disability ; 2.3.2 Legal vs. clinical evidence; 2.4 Informed sexual consent ; 2.4.1 Assessing informed sexual consent; 2.5 Prevalence of sexual abuse in people with an intellectual disability ; 2.5.1 Surrounded by care but still not safe; 2.5.2 Perpetrators of sexual abuse; 2.6 An explanation of the prevalence of sexual abuse in people with an intellectual disability
  • 2.7 The implications of sexual abuse in people with an intellectual disability2.7.1 Parents; 2.7.2 Accumulated powerlessness; 2.8 The well-known perpetrator; 2.9 Consequences of sexual abuse in victims with an intellectual disability ; 2.10 Victims of sexual abuse and sexually inappropriate behaviour ; 2.11 Sexual education for people who have been sexually abused; Chapter 3 -- The Legal Framework in Cases of Sexual Abuse of People with an Intellectual Disability ; Introduction ; 3.1 Reporting obligation, reporting code and sexual abuse protocol
  • 3.1.1 Law reporting code domestic violence and child abuse3.2 Laws and regulations; 3.2.1 Who has to give permission? ; 3.2.2 In which cases is permission necessary? ; 3.2.3 Building dossiers and the right to access ; 3.2.4 Information obligation ; 3.2.5 Professional confidentiality and the reporting code; 3.2.6 The right to refuse to give evidence ; 3.3 Minimum fact interviews; 3.4 Statement or report to the police; 3.4.1 Support in making the statement ; 3.4.2 Talking about sexual abuse and the police interview ; 3.5 Medical investigation ; 3.6 Dealing with the media
  • Chapter 4: Trauma and Coping with Trauma 4.1 What is trauma? ; 4.1.1 Trauma and DSM ; 4.1.2 Types of trauma ; 4.2 Trauma -- what happens in the brain? ; 4.2.1 The structure of the brain ; 4.2.2 The brain and stress; 4.2.3 The influence of trauma on the brain structure ; 4.3 Reactions to trauma ; 4.3.1 Coping process; 4.3.2 Dissociation ; 4.3.3 Other associated disorders; 4.4 Age-specific reactions to traumatic events; 4.4.1 Reactions in babies to traumatic events ; 4.4.2 Reactions in toddlers and young children to traumatic events; 4.4.3 Reactions in school children to traumatic events
Control code
965168237
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781784504168
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
972989
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)965168237

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