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Exposure - ukpts

Exposure - ukpts

Early Intervention Why

Early Intervention Why might an intervention designed to do good, instead do harm? • Re-exposure to trauma • Disrupts natural coping style • Disrupts avoidance • Sensitizes people to expect symptoms • Suggest that normal reactions are disorders

Immediate management of PTSD • Psychological first aid – Giving information and social support as soon as possible • Avoid brief single session debriefing • Watchful waiting if symptoms are moderate – assess whether natural recovery occurs, review at one month • Screen at risk groups – Following disaster – Refugees and asylum seekers

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