Posted 28 May 2013 in StressPoints by Shannon M. Reynolds, MA
The ability to regulate one’s emotion after a traumatic event is considered a resiliency factor (Badour & Feldner, 2013; Bardeen, Kumpula, & Orcutt, 2013).
Posted 28 May 2013 in StressPoints by Suqin Tang, MA, Andreas Maercker, PhD, MD, and Jianping Wang, PhD, MD
Prolonged grief disorder (PGD) is a disturbance in which, following the death of a person close to the bereaved, there is persistent and pervasive yearning or longing for the deceased, or a persistent preoccupation with the deceased that extends beyond 6 months after the loss and that is sufficiently severe to cause significant impairment in the person’s functioning.
Posted 28 May 2013 in StressPoints by Howard Lipke, PhD
One Sunday in March 1941, a 27-year-old Jewish Dutch woman named Etty Hillesum began a diary at the suggestion of her Jungian psychotherapist, Julius Spier.