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|Other Titles: ||Calamitous Moments: Rethinking the Ethics of Post Disaster Psychological Reconstruction Programs|
|Issue Date: ||2014-07-17 17:27:21 (UTC+8)|
This article points out firstly that disaster and traumatic events resulting from calamitous moments must be the focus of dedicated long term research and of ontological caring in practice. Ethical issues related to the post disaster psychological reconstruction program represent an important agenda. Therefore, in the execution of serial programs and nursing care, it should not be taken for granted that sufferers are destined to be pathological clients. Rather, each sufferer should be attended to in a humanistic manner. In other words, the elimination of symptoms cannot be our only focus. Secondly, the author discusses the ethical dimensions of post-disaster psychological intervention within a "Five T" framework (namely, tears, time, talk, transformation, and trauma). The author then explores the meaning of posttraumatic psychological growth, which is relevant to the resilience that coexists with suffering. Finally, it is important to practice ontological care from the context of being "within" the relationship, rather from a rigid cognition regarding program efficiencies. 'Being' provides much greater depth than 'doing'.
|Data Type: ||article|
|Appears in Collections:||[心理學系] 期刊論文|
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