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How does one find resources in a severely traumatized person, and why is that essential for posttraumatic growth?

Dr Peter Schröder

ln a posttraumatic situation after severe trauma there seem to be little or no resources left to rely on for coping. Traumatised people find it difficult to think of their personal future. The author has developed methods of rediscovering resources together with a person after trauma. This seems difficult, and it is not easy to ask the right questions in a humble and respectful way, but it is essential for coping. The author has seen many amazing people after severe trauma, lots of them refugees from many countries, who grow after trauma and change into someone new which was unimaginable before the trauma.

Recorded: October 2009, Dubrovnik - Cavtat, Croatia.
Coping & Resilience International Conference

Organiser: The Brisbane Institute of Strengths Based Practice

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Dr Peter Schröder

Dr. Peter Schröder works as a General Practitioner and Psychotherapist and sees many traumatised persons in Freiburg, Germany. He researched psycho trauma in general practice and in refugees, early intervention after type-1-traumatisations. He has worked internationally after major natural catastrophes and in post-war-situations. He worked for six months as a volunteer in the South African Truth and Reconciliation commission. He also teaches medical students at the University of Freiburg.

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