Wenn Das Unfassbare Geschieht

Author: Sabine Morgan
Publisher: W. Kohlhammer Verlag
ISBN: 9783170196650
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Wenn Das Unfassbare Geschieht from the Author: Sabine Morgan. Die Wahrscheinlichkeit, eine traumatische Erfahrung im Leben machen zu mussen, ist hoch: Die meisten Menschen werden mindestens einmal in ihrem Leben mit einem solchen Erlebnis konfrontiert. Einige konnen diese Erfahrungen bewaltigen, viele jedoch drohen daran zu zerbrechen. Psychologische Hilfen werden oft erst (zu) spat eingeholt. Damit einher gehen nicht selten unertragliche Leiden der Betroffenen, ihrer Angehorigen sowie des gesamten sozialen Umfeldes. Der Ratgeber richtet sich an alle, die besser verstehen wollen, was traumatische Erlebnisse in der Welt der Betroffenen auslosen. Er leistet praktische Hilfe, indem er uber das Thema kompetent und anschaulich aufklart und alternative Wege des Umgangs mit Traumata aufzeigt.

Spannungsfelder Der Krisenintervention

Author: Claudius Stein
Publisher: W. Kohlhammer Verlag
ISBN: 9783170203518
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Spannungsfelder Der Krisenintervention from the Author: Claudius Stein. Jeder Mensch kann durch aussere Belastungen, wie Todesfalle, Trennungen, Unfalle, Gewalthandlungen oder veranderte Lebensumstande in Krisen geraten. Die Begleitung dieser Menschen stellt aufgrund der hohen Dringlichkeit fur professionelle Helfer eine grosse Herausforderung dar. In diesem praxisorientierten Handbuch mit zahlreichen Fallbeispielen werden zunachst die gangigsten Krisentheorien erklart. In weiteren Kapiteln wird auf die Gefahrenpotenziale von Krisen eingegangen und eine systematische Darstellung der Methodik und Anwendungsmoglichkeiten von Krisenintervention vorgenommen.

Praxishandbuch Traumap Dagogik

Author: Martin Baierl
Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
ISBN: 3525402457
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Praxishandbuch Traumap Dagogik from the Author: Martin Baierl. Weil jedes Kind es wert ist!

Psychotherapie

Author: Dirk Schmoll
Publisher: W. Kohlhammer Verlag
ISBN: 9783170206731
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Psychotherapie from the Author: Dirk Schmoll. Die Wirksamkeit von Psychotherapie ist wissenschaftlich gut belegt. Doch welche Methode ist fur wen am besten geeignet? Welchen Nutzen kann man erwarten und auf welche Risiken sollte man achten? Die Forschung der letzten Jahre hat gezeigt, dass der Erfolg sowohl von bestimmten Bedingungen aufseiten des Therapeuten wie auch des Patienten abhangt. Der Ratgeber bietet Antworten zu den Fragen, die sich vor und wahrend einer Psychotherapie stellen, eingegangen wird u. a. auch auf Psychopharmaka, Sinnfragen und stationare Behandlung. Die Basis des Ratgebers ist der aktuelle Stand der Psychotherapieforschung.

B Rsenblatt

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ISBN: 9783833719868
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B Rsenblatt from the Author: .

Gone To Ground

Author: Marie Jalowicz-Simon
Publisher: Clerkenwell Press
ISBN: 9781781254158
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Gone To Ground from the Author: Marie Jalowicz-Simon. Berlin 1941. Marie Jalowicz Simon, a nineteen-year-old Jewish woman, makes an extraordinary decision. All around her, Jews are being rounded up for deportation, forced labour and extermination. Marie takes off the yellow star and vanishes into the city. In the years that follow, Marie lives under an assumed identity, moving between almost twenty different safe houses. She is forced to accept shelter wherever she can find it, and many of those she stays with expect services in return. She stays with foreign workers, committed communists and even convinced Nazis. Any false move might lead to arrest. Always on the move, never certain who could be trusted and how far, it is her quick-witted determination and the most amazing and hair-raising strokes of luck that ensure her survival.This is Marie's extraordinary story, told in her own voice with unflinching honesty after more than fifty years of silence.

Hitler Germans And The Jewish Question

Author: Sarah Ann Gordon
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 9780691101620
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Hitler Germans And The Jewish Question from the Author: Sarah Ann Gordon. This book probes the background of the ultimately unexplainable evil of our century, the deliberate and unprovoked murder of millions of European Jews--and goes on to explore German reactions to that evil. Depicting the emergence in Weimar Germany of a new type of extreme anti-Semite, of which Hitler was the paramount example, Sarah Gordon discusses a number of related questions about the role of anti-Semitism in the rise of the Nazis and draws on hitherto unexamined Gestapo files, new data on court sentences, and a variety of other sources to describe the tiny numbers of courageous Germans who opposed Nazi anti-Semitism. She analyzes Hitler's own deranged world view, his use of his feelings about Jews as a political tool, and the extent of the German people's knowledge of his intentions and actions; she examines the history of German anti-Semitism from 1870 through the Nazi years; and she indicates several reasons for thinking that anti-Semitism, however virulent in certain individuals and groups, was not the major reason for Nazi electoral successes. No apologia for the German people, this work shows how a minority of extreme anti-Semites coexisted in Germany with the indifferent or fearfully disapproving majority, while the heroic few assumed the extreme risks of opposition. It offers a clear picture of the kinds of people who aided the Jews or publicly criticized their persecution, including surprising evidence of opposition in the Nazi party itself. In addition, it questions widely held beliefs that older Germans, males, Protestants, and the middle classes were disproportionately anti-Semitic; that bluecollar workers were basically immune to anti-Semitism; and that most Nazis were radical anti-Semites. It also discusses such subjects as the attitudes of German churches, the role of the military, and the socio-economic characteristics of Jews in Germany.

Hitler S Prisons

Author: Nikolaus Wachsmann
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300102505
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Hitler S Prisons from the Author: Nikolaus Wachsmann. State prisons played an indispensable part in the terror of the Third Reich, incarcerating many hundreds of thousands of men and women during the Nazi era. This important book illuminates the previously unknown world of Nazi prisons, their victims, and the judicial and penal officials who built and operated this system of brutal legal terror. Nikolaus Wachsmann describes the operation and function of legal terror in the Third Reich and brings Nazi prisons to life through the harrowing stories of individual inmates. Drawing on a vast array of archival materials, he traces the series of changes in prison policies and practice that led eventually to racial terror, brutal violence, slave labour, starvation, and mass killings. Wachsmann demonstrates that ordinary legal officials were ready collaborators who helped to turn courts and prisons into key components in the Nazi web of terror. And he concludes with a discussion of the whitewash of the Nazi legal system in post-war West Germany.