亞洲輔導學報



Issues in Integrating Trauma Curriculum into a Graduate Counseling Psychology Program

2009.第16卷第1期(Vol. 16 No. 1).pp. 67–88
 

Issues in Integrating Trauma Curriculum into a Graduate Counseling Psychology Program

將創傷治療培訓整合於研究院心理輔導課程的一些議題

Susan H. GERE, Priscilla DASS-BRAILSFORD, & Lisa Tsoi HOSHMAND(蔡茘生)

Abstract

Contemporary graduate training in counseling demands an increased focus on understanding and intervening in the many recognized forms of posttraumatic reactions. From natural disasters to human violence inflicted on a domestic, national, and international scale, traumatic events are currently understood to be normative rather than outside the range of usual human experience. Thus, understanding posttraumatic experience is important for general counseling practitioners as well as for trauma specialists. However, there have been relatively few attempts to integrate several decades of clinical trauma research and interventions into counselor training programs. This article describes the values, structure, and methods associated with trauma training within a graduate counseling program. It also describes some of the necessary general educational factors that support students who engage with this difficult material.

摘要

現今研究院的輔導課程需要培訓學員認識創傷後的不同心理反應和介入方法。無論是天災或人禍,亦不論禍害殃及一地、一國或國際社會,創傷事件已不再被視作超越人類的經驗,反而是人類常有的體驗。因此,了解創傷後的心理體驗對一般的輔導從業員和創傷治療專家都很重要。臨床的心理創傷研究與介入雖然已有數十年歷史,但心理輔導培訓課程卻少有把它整合於課程上。本文介紹將創傷治療培訓整合於研究院心理輔導課程的價值、組織結構和方法,並描述能協助學生面對這類可能令他們難過的創傷治療教材必備的教育條件。