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School Reintegration By Belinda Hammond
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Addressing the educational and psychosocial needs of students returning to school after illness or injury, as well as the needs of the teacher or administrator facilitating the reintegration.
The Reintegration of Former Soldiers in Iraq By Katrine Nohr
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On the 23rd of May 2003, Paul Bremer ordered the Iraqi Army and the intelligence services to be disbanded and discharged civil servants from the Ministries of Information and Defence. It was widely... More > acknowledged that some sort of reform of the Iraqi army was needed, however, the United Nations official Lopes da Silva subsequently highlighted that the decision to demobilise 400,000 soldiers without any reintegration efforts was an ill advised decision which could result in conflict. Today elements continue to wage a campaign of sabotage and ongoing resistance. Hence, the question arises whether adequate efforts to facilitate the reintegration of former soldiers actually could have resulted in a more stable security situation in Iraq today.< Less
The Rapid Reintegration Procedure By Barnett/Tkach
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The Rapid Reintegration Procedure has evolved from Analytical Hypnotherapy and Ego State Hypnotherpay. It has been streamlined to include only the essential elements without impairing effectiveness.... More > Although the procedure asserts that the process of hypnosis is maintained throughout, there is no attempt to induce a state of hypnosis. The procedure is based on the assumption that, emotional disorders arise from the presence of dissociated distressed ego states formed during traumatic experiences in childhood. It detects these ego states and reintegrates them into the prime personality, resolving previous unconscious conflicts and alleviating symptoms. This is accomplished without verbalization of the experiences respoonsible for the unconscious distress, accomplishing the same goals as ego state hypnotherapy but requiring less of the therapist's time. This book will present both the theory and practice of ego state hyhpnotherapy as practiced in the Rapid Reintegration Procedure.< Less
The Rapid Reintegration Procedure By Barnett/Tkach
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The Rapid Reintegration Procedure has evolved from Analytical Hypnotherapy and Ego State Hypnotherpay. It has been streamlined to include only the essential elements without impairing effectiveness.... More > Although the procedure asserts that the process of hypnosis is maintained throughout, there is no attempt to induce a state of hypnosis. The procedure is based on the assumption that, emotional disorders arise from the presence of dissociated distressed ego states formed during traumatic experiences in childhood. It detects these ego states and reintegrates them into the prime personality, resolving previous unconscious conflicts and alleviating symptoms. This is accomplished without verbalization of the experiences respoonsible for the unconscious distress, accomplishing the same goals as ego state hypnotherapy but requiring less of the therapist's time. This book will present both the theory and practice of ego state hyhpnotherapy as practiced in the Rapid Reintegration Procedure.< Less
Reintegrate: Enhancing Collaborations in the Arts & Sciences By The Arts Council of Greater New Haven
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This book documents The Arts Council of Greater New Haven's "Reintegrate: Enhancing Collaborations in the Arts & Sciences" project that took place from September 2012 to June 2013. The... More > project included seven granted teams of artists and scientists who collaboratively worked on individual projects, the creation and building of a website (ReintegrateNewHaven.wordpress.com), a symposium at Wesleyan University, lecture/workshops, and an Ideas Talk at The International Festival of Arts & Ideas in New Haven, CT. The project was made possible by a pilot Creative Placemaking grant from the Department of Economic and Community Development, Connecticut Office of the Arts.< Less
The Rapid Reintegration Procedure: Effective Ego State Hypnotherapy without Hypnosis By Edgar A. Barnett, M.D., John R. Tkach, M.D.
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The Rapid Reintegration Procedure has evolved from Analytical Hypnotherapy and Ego State Hypnotherpay. It has been streamlined to include only the essential elements without impairing effectiveness.... More > Although the procedure asserts that the process of hypnosis is maintained throughout, there is no attempt to induce a state of hypnosis. The procedure is based on the assumption that, emotional disorders arise from the presence of dissociated distressed ego states formed during traumatic experiences in childhood. It detects these ego states and reintegrates them into the prime personality, resolving previous unconscious conflicts and alleviating symptoms. This is accomplished without verbalization of the experiences respoonsible for the unconscious distress, accomplishing the same goals as ego state hypnotherapy but requiring less of the therapist's time. This book will present both the theory and practice of ego state hyhpnotherapy as practiced in the Rapid Reintegration Procedure.< Less
Magnet Schools: A Viable Model for Equity in Education and Reintegrating America’s Public Schools By Angela Blemker
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Master's Thesis focused on improving equity in education by increasing racial integration within American urban public schools.
Magnet Schools: A Viable Model for Equity in Education and Reintegrating America’s Public Schools By Angela Blemker
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Master's Thesis focused on improving equity in education by increasing racial integration within American urban public schools.
INDIGENOUS PSYCHIATRY: Transcultural Study of Traditional Practitioners in West African Healing Communities with Focus on Ghana By Desmond Ayim-Aboagye
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Traditional practitioners have contributed a great deal to the treatment of mentally ill patients in the West African communities. This book is a unique scientific contribution in that it focuses on... More > indigenous practitioners that little research has been done. With empirical data from these cultures, the book combines critical analysis of theories concerning the manner these practitioners carry out their work in certain treatment centres. A primary contribution of the book is its insistence on how the various governments in this region should consider the need of the African patient in any major attempts to develop the integration of the Primary Health Care and the Traditional Health Care Sectors. Ideal for mental care workers, social workers, psychiatrists, cross-cultural psychologists, and sociologists who want potent knowledge that concerns the treatment performed by the traditional practitioners. The book will also serve as a valuable foundation of knowledge in courses that examine this topic.< Less
INDIGENOUS PSYCHIATRY: Transcultural Study of Traditional Practitioners in West African Healing Communities with Focus on Ghana By Desmond Ayim-Aboagye
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Traditional practitioners have contributed a great deal to the treatment of mentally ill patients in the West African communities. This book is a unique scientific contribution in that it focuses on... More > indigenous practitioners that little research has been done. With empirical data from these cultures, the book combines critical analysis of theories concerning the manner these practitioners carry out their work in certain treatment centres. A primary contribution of the book is its insistence on how the various governments in this region should consider the need of the African patient in any major attempts to develop the integration of the Primary Health Care and the Traditional Health Care Sectors. Ideal for mental care workers, social workers, psychiatrists, cross-cultural psychologists, and sociologists who want potent knowledge that concerns the treatment performed by the traditional practitioners. The book will also serve as a valuable foundation of knowledge in courses that examine this topic.< Less