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This is the first book written on clinical research and work related to the development of applied trauma psychology in Hong Kong. Contributed by numerous reputable researchers and clinicians, the book covers the latest research on and practice in assessment, psychological sequel (including psychological distress and growth of traumatic experience), evidence-based clinical intervention, and rehabilitation services for people affected by various traumatic stresses. Discussed in detail are interpersonal trauma like child sexual abuse and family violence, health and medical trauma such as infectious disease and the pain related to end of life, mass trauma and disaster including community psychological support programme developed in Hong Kong and Sichuan, as well as the rationale for mainstreaming trauma training in university education. This book serves to strengthen the link between research and practice, and between academic work and community awareness. It is a guidebook for professionals serving the traumatized, academics dedicated to research and development of trauma psychology, students learning, and educators passing on the existing knowledge and experience accumulated for healing trauma.

Kitty K.Wu, a Senior Clinical Psychologist at Kwai Chung Hospital, is a founding member and the current President of the Asian Society for Traumatic Stress Studies. She is a Fellow of the Hong Kong Psychological Society, the Chair of the Subcommittee for Accreditation of Clinical Placement for Clinical Psychology Training (2008 to present) and the Convenor of the Critical Incident Team (1993–1997 and 2000 to present) of the Division of Clinical Psychology, Hong Kong Psychological Society. Dr Wu has written six books on psychological health for the public and has various academic publications in international journals. She was an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and is an Honorary Associate Professor in the University of Hong Kong. Catherine S. Tang is the Professor, Deputy Head, and Director of Clinical Psychology Programs in the Department of Psychology at the National University of Singapore. She is also an Adjunct Professor in the Obstetrics and Gynecology Department at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. An active researcher with over 300 academic publications — on topics such as violence against women, family violence, addictive behaviour, psychotherapy treatment outcome, and trauma psychology, she serves as the Associate Editor for Asian Journal of Social Psychology and a member of the Editorial Board for Sex Roles: A Journal of Research and Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being. Eugenie Y. Leung is the Director of Counselling and Person Enrichment at the University of Hong Kong. Her past work experience as clinical psychologist was in correctional services in Hong Kong and Canada, and in the psychiatric outpatient clinic. She also taught courses on disaster and trauma in the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the University of Hong Kong. She was a co-leader in the Critical Incident Team and an active service provider in major local and regional disasters. As a newspaper columnist, she promoted public education actively via the mass media. Her professional interests include clinical depression, women’s mental health, and disaster management.

  • Acknowledgements(第vii頁)
  • Editors and Contributors(第ix頁)
  • Part I Introduction(第1頁)
    • 1. Gateway to the Future Kitty K. Wu, Catherine S. Tang and Eugenie Y. Leung(第3頁)
  • Part II Assessment and Intervention(第13頁)
    • 2. Trauma Assessment Tools Validated in Hong Kong Kitty K. Wu(第15頁)
    • Psychological Management of Trauma in the 21st Century : The Role of Cognitive Behavioral Approaches in Conceptualization and Treatment Chee - wing Wong(第35頁)
    • 4. Psychopharmacology for the Psychologically Traumatized Patients Hung - kin Cheung(第51頁)
    • 5. Resilience, Growth, and Distress After a Traumatic Experience Samuel M. Y. Ho(第89頁)
  • Part III Interpersonal Trauma(第105頁)
    • 6. Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse : A Public Health Approach Frendi W. S. Li(第107頁)
    • 7. Working with Familial Child Sexual Abuse : A Family-based Relational Approach Ellen Yee - man Ma and Delphine Cheuk - wai Yau(第133頁)
    • 8. Wounding and Being Wounded: Vulnerabilities, Emotional Injuries and Victimization of the Male Batterers ― A Qualitative, Collective Case Study Chung - ming Chan(第177頁)
  • Part IV Health and Medical Trauma(第201頁)
    • 9. Understanding Psychological Distress for People Recovering from Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome in Hong Kong Alma Au, Iris Chan, Patrick Chung-ki Li and Kam - mei Lau(第203頁)
    • 10. Alleviating Pain of Death and Dying with Modern Palliative Care Doris Man - wah Tse(第221頁)
  • Part V Mass Trauma and Disaster(第241頁)
    • 11. Psychological Support for the Community After Disasters: A Review of the Development in Hong Kong Helios K. C. Lau(第243頁)
    • 12. Applying Psychological First Aid from Disaster to Personal Crises : Hong Kong Red Cross Community-based Psychological Support Programme Wilson Wong(第265頁)
    • 13. Report on the Model of Psychological Service Adopted for the Deyang Rehabilitation, Prosthetic and Orthotic Centre for Survivors of 5.12 Earthquake in Sichuan, China Kitty K. Wu, Sumee K. Chan, Eugenie Y. Leung, Brian Y. Ip and Ocean H. Hung(第275頁)
  • Part VI Training(第293頁)
    • 14. Educating for Life Adversities and Challenges : Mainstreaming Trauma Training in University and Professional Training Curriculum Catherine S. Tang(第295頁)
  • Part VII Closing(第313頁)
    • 15. Action Before Trauma : Reflections on Psychological Trauma Eugenie Y. Leung(第315頁)
  • Appendices(第321頁)
  • Index(第373頁)
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