TRAUMATISM AND VIOLENCE – psychopathological effects and clinical approaches
II. GENERAL DESCRIPTION:
This course aims to study the psychopathological incidence of trauma and violence as well as its therapeutic challenges from a theoretical and clinical perspective.
- Faculty: Medical School – UNICAMP
III. COURSE OBJECTIVES:
The following topics will be addressed:
01. Definition of "trauma" and its psychopathological incidences
02. Historical aspects linked to the notions of "trauma", "traumatic neurosis", "war trauma" and "post-traumatic stress disorder"
03. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
04. Definition of "Violence" and its psychopathological implications
05. The Map of Violence in the World
06. The Map of Violence in Brazil
07. War situations – The case of the Vietnam War
08. Trauma and violence and its relations to social conditions: homicides, suicides and traffic accidents
09. Introduction to Victimology: the concepts of "Victim" and "Survivor"
10. Sexual violence against women
11. Sexual violence against children
12. The question of suicide
13. Overview of clinical and therapeutic approaches.
14. Medication approaches
15. Cognitive-behavioral approaches
16. Psychodynamic approaches
17. Group approaches, support networks, family approach
18. Elaboration of integrated therapeutic projects
19. Public policies to combat violence and assist victims, survivors and their families
IV. TEACHING METHODS
- Theoretical-clinical seminars
- Discussion of clinical cases
- Presentation of DPMP-FCM services and research groups related to trauma and violence
Minimal presence: 80%
The submission of a Report, deepening one of the main topics discussed on the course.
VI. PROFESSORS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COURSE
Mario Eduardo Costa Pereira
Renata Cruz Soares de Azevedo
Antonio Carvalho de Ávila Jacintho
Cláudia de Oliveira Facure
Otavio do Prado Alabarse
VII. WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Schedule: 30 hours – one week (Mon-Fri: 9h-12h am / 2h-5h pm)
- Prerequisites: graduate students or professionals on health professions