PSY143 Traumatology - Assessment and Intervention

This unit introduces students to the field of traumatic stress studies. The unit reviews the history of the field, as well as current approaches to understanding trauma from cognitive, neuropsychological, developmental, biopsychosocial and clinical viewpoints. The course will examine the psychological sequelae associated with exposure to potentially traumatising events, looking at responses to a variety of traumas including childhood trauma, adult sexual assault, combat, domestic violence, and natural disasters. An important focus of the course will involve examining psychological theory and approaches to trauma management and intervention and assessment.

Unit Information

Semester 2, 2017

NO TEXTBOOK REQUIRED

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