Crime Scene Processing and Investigation Workbook 2nd Edition PDF ebook

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Full title: Crime Scene Processing and Investigation Workbook 2nd Edition
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2019
Publisher: CRC Press
Author: Christine R. Ramirez; Casie L. Parish-Fisher
ISBN: 9781138491489, 9781000170573
Format: PDF

Description of Crime Scene Processing and Investigation Workbook 2nd Edition:
Written by a survivor of the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp, this moving and important book examines the massive psychic trauma su?ered by a generation of Holocaust survivors. It not only provides both an intimate and personal re?ection on these harrowing events, but also o?ers an in-depth, clinical perspective on an often-misunderstood phenomenon. As a child during this period, the book begins by examining the author’s own experience as a refugee in the aftermath of the Holocaust, the psycho- logical impact of displacement after such traumatic events, and his attempt to ?ee its damage through medical and psychoanalytic training. But the second half of the book broadens the perspective to o?er a clinical exploration of the psychic e?ects of surviving the Holocaust. A range of concepts are addressed and explored, from powerlessness and survivor guilt, to psychic security and recovered memories. The book concludes by examining how psychic trauma is processed, and the clinical implications for when disorders emerge and dysfunction results. An insightful and honest account of massive psychic trauma, this remarkable book will resonate not only with those a?ected by or interested in the experiences of Holocaust survivors, but also any clinical practitioner working with clients who have experienced this type of intense trauma.

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