M. Hopchet

Klinisch Psycholoog
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Op 10 juni 2020, in de derde en laatste webinar van het drieluik, spraken dr. Jackie June ter Heide en dr. Tine Molendijk over morele belasting en moreel trauma bij zorgpersoneel in de COVID-19 crisis. Dr. Jackie June ter Heide is klinisch psycholoog en wetenschapper bij ARQ Centrum’45. Dr. Tine Molendijk is antropoloog, wetenschapper en universitair docent bij de Nederlandse Defensie Academie. Zij is gepromoveerd op het onderwerp morele verwonding.

In dit tweede NtVP-webinar op 3 juni 2020 bespraken dr. Lonneke Lenferink en prof. dr. Paul Boelen rouw ten tijde van de COVID-19 crisis. De grote sterfte-aantallen en de corona-maatregelen roepen vragen op over de aanpassing van nabestaanden na een verlies. Bestaat er iets als een normaal rouwproces? Wanneer spreken we over verstoorde rouw en welke behandelingen zijn daarvoor beschikbaar? En zijn er

Op 27 mei werd de eerste webinar gegeven van de NtVP drieluik omtrent het onderwerp COVID-19. Drs. Noor Assmann, Dr. Jacqueline Hochstenbach en Jantine Visser spraken over de in de afgelopen maanden opgedane kennis over psychotraumazorg binnen de medische psychologie.

Volunteer firefighters belong to a risk population regarding the development of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). However, given the frequency of work-related trauma, PTSD prevalences seem relatively low. Protective factors appear to be effective and are the focus of this study.

The current study investigated the feasibility of NET embedded in an outpatient day treatment programme for refugees and examined reduction in PTSD symptoms and improvement of global functioning as well as correlates of change.

Foster children, mostly maltreated in their birth families, may be fostered by parents who know little about the impact of traumatic experiences. This study provides evidence that training in trauma-informed parenting can be effective in improving foster parents’ knowledge on the impact of traumatic experiences and in increasing a positive mental representation of their foster child as well as in reducing children’s post-traumatic symptoms.

This work reports the development and validation of an algorithm for prediction of post-traumatic stress course over 12 months using two independently collected prospective cohorts of trauma survivors from two level 1 emergency trauma centers, which uses routinely collectible data from electronic medical records, along with brief clinical assessments of the patient’s immediate stress reaction.

Individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) are at increased risk for adverse experiences and developing posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). However, trauma and PTSD in this population are frequently underdiagnosed and undertreated. Despite the availability of multiple types of trauma‐specific treatments for the general population, there is a gap in understanding these collective interventions within the IDD literature.

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