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Living in an Environmentally Traumatized World Books

  • Autor: Donald F Nemeth
  • Editor: Praeger
  • Relaese Date: 30 June 2012
  • ISBN: 0313397317
  • Format Book: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • Number of page: 260 pages
  • File Size: 45MB
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Description Living in an Environmentally Traumatized World de Donald F Nemeth:

Whenever environmental damages are caused by natural or human-made events, there are long-term effects for people. This eye-opening and unprecedented book explains the ongoing turmoil in the environment, while presenting ways to alleviate its effect on humankind's physical and mental health.

"Living in an Environmentally Traumatized World: Healing Ourselves and Our Planet" discusses recent environmental events and examines the reasons why resulting changes are inevitable. The authors assert that people experience six universal stages when they suffer from environmental trauma: shock, survivor mode, basic needs, awareness of loss, spin and fraud, and resolution. The book presents coping strategies for navigating negative ecological shifts, and provides a plan of action for responsibly managing our environment. Additionally, profiles of indigenous people who endure under environmental adversity provides real world examples of survival. Darlyne G. Nemeth, PhD, MP, MPAP, is a clinical medical and neuropsychologist at the Neuropsychology Center of Louisiana, Baton Rouge. Robert B. Hamilton, PhD, is the author of several books on forest science. Judy Kuriansky, PhD, is a clinical psychologist at Columbia University Teachers College, NY, and director of psychosocial programs for U.S. Doctors for Africa.

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