亞洲輔導學報



Culture-informed Theory, Research, and Practice in Global Trauma Work

2006.第13卷第1期(Vol. 13 No. 1).pp. 145–160
 

Culture-informed Theory, Research, and Practice in Global Trauma Work

體認文化的全球心理創傷工作理論、研究和實踐

Lisa Tsoi HOSHMAND(蔡茘生)

Abstract

Wilson's article (2006, this issue) on culture and trauma in a global context provides a rich set of ideas for developing a framework for culture-informed trauma work by theorists, researchers, and practitioners. This discussion paper further addresses the complexities of dealing with trauma in international settings. The issues involved in crossing cultural borders are presented in epistemic, moral, and sociopolitical terms. An attempt is made to explore future conceptual work, research, and program development with an action emphasis. Suggestions are made regarding trauma training in Asian and other non-Western contexts.

摘要

Wilson(2006,本刊)從全球視野討論文化與心理創傷的文章提供了一套豐富的概念,有助理論專家、研究人員和實踐工作者建立體認文化的心理創傷後工作的架構。本文進一步探討在國際環境下處理心理創傷的複雜性。文章從知識、道德及社會政治的角度展示與跨越文化界限相關的議題,亦嘗試探討未來以行動為重心的工作、研究及發展計劃。此外,針對亞洲及其他非西方地區,文章提出了心理創傷後訓練工作的建議。