SE og naturkatastrofer

Somatic Experiencing Treatment With Tsunami Survivors in Thailand: Broadening the Scope of Early Intervention

M. Laurie Leitch, 2007 – This exploratory study examines the treatment effects of brief (1 to 2 sessions) Somatic Experiencing with 53 adult and child survivors of the 2004 tsunami in Thailand. Somatic Experiencing’s early-intervention model, now called Trauma First Aide, was provided 1 month after the tsunami.

Somatic Experiencing Treatment with Social Service Workers Following Hurricanes Katrina and Rita

Laurie M. Leitch, 2009 – In a disaster, social service workers are often survivors themselves.This study examines whether somatic intervention using a brief (one to two session) stabilization model now called the Trauma Resiliency ModelTM, which uses the skills of Somatic Experiencing®, can reduce the postdisaster symptoms of social service workers involved in postdisaster service delivery.

Traumearbejde med Tsunamiofre i Indien

Ursula Fürstenwald, 2008 – At arbejde direkte i katastrofeområder kræver en speciel tilgang til traumearbejde. Når indsatsen finde sted i den tredje verden, kræver det en endnu mere specifik omstilling. Dr. Raja Selvam og hans team har arbejdet med tsunamiofre i Sydindien efter en korttidsterapeutisk interventionsmodel.

Somatic Therapy Treatment Effects with Tsunami Survivors

Catherine Parker, Raja Selvam m.fl., 2008 – This is an uncontrolled field study of the outcome effects of a somatically based therapy with tsunami victims in southern India. 150 participants, prescreened for trauma symptoms, received 75 minutes of somatic therapy and training in affect modulation and self-regulation. The results indicate a reliable and significant treatment effect.

PTSD

Jack Donen, ukendt årstal – Det følgende er skrevet efter tsunamikatastrofen i december 2004, men kan ses som en generel oplysning og vejledning i forbindelse med chok-traume oplevelser.