Run time: 107 min, in 6 parts
Production date: 2001
The purpose of this broadcast is to increase the participants' clinical knowledge of theories related to the "cycle of violence" in both adolescents and adults. The participants will then be presented with procedures for evaluating both violence exposure and the likelihood of violent behavior in their patients, especially as related to PTSD. These issues will be linked to current theory and research with the aim of increasing the practitioners' skill in identifying and treating dysfunctional anger and violent behavior as comorbidities of PTSD.
After the completion of this program, participants should be able to:
|Title of Section||Run Time||Windows Media||Transcript - pdf|
|Introduction||(19:32)||Video (238 kB)||Part 1|
|Mechanisms for Cycle of Violence||(11:09)||Video (238 kB)||Part 2|
|Research Methods||(13:00)||Video (238 kB)||Part 3|
|Q & A; Key findings||(20:26)||Video (238 kB)||Part 4|
|Correlates in Vets and Adolescent Offenders||(23:49)||Video (290 kB)||Part 5|
|Clinical Recommendations||(18:17)||Video (238 kB)||Part 6|
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David W. Foy, PhD, Senior Research Consultant, National Center for PTSD
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