The "Basic PH" Model of Coping and Resiliency
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The "Basic PH" Model of Coping and Resiliency : Theory, Research and Cross-Cultural Application

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The "BASIC Ph" model of coping and resiliency, developed by Prof. Mooli Lahad and Dr. Ofra Ayalon, was the first to describe coping as an on-going effort to manage life challenges. This is the first book to be published on this world-renowned approach, widely used as an effective resiliency assessment, intervention, and recovery model. Underpinning the model is the suggestion that every person has internal powers, or coping resources, which can be mobilized in stressful situations; the effort to survive coming from a healthy rather than a pathological instinct. The categorization of these coping resources gives the model its name: Belief, Affect, Social, Imagination, Cognition, Physical. This edited volume outlines the theory behind the "BASIC Ph" approach, presents practice-based and research-based interventions and explains their application during and in the wake of both natural and man-made disasters. With wide-ranging chapters from authoritative contributors, the book shows how the "BASIC Ph" model can be successfully applied in family, community, education, health, and business settings. This will be an invaluable text for professionals, academics, and students with an interest in trauma and coping with crisis and disaster.show more

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  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 152 x 226 x 18mm | 399.16g
  • JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 20 black and white figures
  • 184905231X
  • 9781849052313
  • 344,949

About Mooli Lahad

Prof. Mooli Lahad, PhD, is a senior medical and education psychologist, professor of psychology, and director of the MA studies in Dramatherapy at Tel Hai College, Israel. He is also the founder and president of the Community Stress Prevention Center (CSPC). Prof. Lahad is one of the world's leading experts on community and public behavior, and coping with disasters. He has served as a consultant to the Israeli National Security Council and the Ministries of Education, Welfare, Homefront, Defense and Health. Following the 9/11 World Trade Center attack he trained community workers, first responders, mental health staff and medical care teams in New York and New Jersey. He served for many years as a consultant to UNICEF and is a former member of the NATO committee on psychosocial preparedness to disasters. He developed the "BASIC Ph" integrative model of resiliency. Dr. Miri Shacham, PhD, is a senior educational counselor, lecturer and researcher of psychology and education at Ort Braude College, Israel. She is also a psychotrauma researcher at CSPC. Dr. Shacham served for many years as a trainer and consultant to school managers in the Ministry of Education advising on preparedness and coping with terror and war situations. She also developed school programs enhancing teacher and pupil coping resources for trauma after the Second Lebanon War. Dr. Ofra Ayalon, PhD, is a psychologist and family therapist and an expert on working with trauma. She is a renowned author and trainer throughout the world in the field of trauma and coping with crisis and disasters. She retired from Haifa University after 35 years of teaching and research and she is currently the director of the Nord COPE Center in Tivon, Israel. Her career as a trainer and consultant has spanned many organizations, such as UNICEF in Former Yugoslavia, Finland's Red Cross, Center for Crisis Management and Education in the UK among others.show more

Table of contents

Introduction: The Integrative Model of Resiliency. Mooli Lahad, Tel Hai College, and Dmitry Leykin, Tel Hai College. 1. Measuring "BASIC Ph". Dmitry Leykin. 2. Six Parts Story Revisited. Mooli Lahad. 3. CARING: Children at Risk Intervention Groups "BASIC Ph" Guide for Coping and Healing. Ofra Ayalon, Nord COPE Center. 4. From "BASIC Ph" to Trauma and PTSD. Moshe Farchi, Tel Hai College. 5. The Application of the "BASIC Ph" Model in Family Therapy. Shulamit Niv, CSPC 6. Parenthood in Six Channels. Mooli Lahad and Nira Kaplansky, Waterbirds International. 7. The Contribution of Lahad's "BASIC Ph" Model and Landy's Role Method Model to Strategies of Coping with Stress among First Year Nursing Students. Naomi Hadary, Safed Academic College. 8. How Jewish and Arab Parents Perceived their Children's Resiliency During the Second Lebanon War. Miri Shacham, Ort Braude College, Mooli Lahad and Yehuda Shacham, ESPCT. 9. From Trama to Resilience: Combining Two Body-Oriented Psychotherapeutic Approaches. Judith Spanglet, Ben Gurion University and "Connections and Links-From Trauma to Resilience," Meirav Tal-Margalit, "Connections and Links-From Trauma to Resilience," and Miri Shacham. 10. Coping Modes of Zefat Residents During the Second Lebanon War. Lev Yossi, and Eshet Yovav, both at Bar-Ilan University 11. "Helping the Helpers" Cross-Cultural Program using the "BASIC Ph" Model. Yehuda Shacham. 12. Skradin Children: Longitudinal Study of Post Traumatic Reactions. Gina Lugovic, University of Zagreb. 13. School Project in Montenegro: During and after the Yugoslav War. Stress and Trauma among Adolescent Schoolchildren - A Model of Preventive Psychological Work in Accordance with the BASIC Ph Approach. Ljiljana Krkeljic, Podgorica, and Nevenka Pavlicic, KCCG Hospital, Podgorica. 14. Implementing the "BASIC Ph" Model in Post-Katrina Mississippi Gulf Coast. Ruvie Rogel, Wright State University and CSPC. 15. The "BASIC Ph" Model: An Approach for Building Business Resilience for Entrepreneurs and Business Owners. Dorit Elmaliach, CSPC. Epilogue: Or a Short Ride into the Future. Mooli Lahad, Miri Shacham and Ofra Ayalon. List of Contributors. Index.show more

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This volume's importance is that it opens theory to practice for the study, understanding, and promotion of resilience. We still know little about protecting and developing resilience and it is essential that we be open to an array of models that we develop, test, and refine. This volume offers both clinicians and researchers critical approaches for supporting and fostering people's strengths who are confronted with great adversity. We are at the beginning of this journey that will ultimately be one of mental health's fundamental contributions to humankind. -- Stevan E. Hobfoll, PhD, The Judd and Marjorie Weinberg Presidential Professor and Chair, Behavioral Sciences, RUSH University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois This is an excellent book and essential reading for clinicians and practitioners of all kinds, including play and creative arts therapists. It brings together theory, application and research in a comprehensive manual. The language is accessible but rigorous, and examples of practice bring the text to life and help the reader to live the resilience factor. This book will be in demand for evaluation of 'evidence based-practice' with suffering populations, whether children or adults. It certainly provides an illuminating experience for the reader. -- Professor Sue Jennings, PhD, Visiting Fellow Leeds Metropolitan University, Churchill Fellow 2012-2013 'Arts and Older People' The book descries the usefulness of psychotherapy. it explains that although this form of therapy uses different tools that explore a person's processes an insight, both the preventative model and psychotherapy have equal merit and can achieve similar outcomes... This book helps the reader to understand that people have different belief systems that inform their thinking and behaviours and goes on to compare different coping strategies adopted by diverse peoples and populations... The book uses research, tables, diagrams, photographs and frameworks to enable the reader to visualise the situations of a number of crisis lade communities all over the wold. Case studies bring vividly to life the stories of the most difficult environments and how they cope. The book explains how by applying the BACIS Ph model communities can be helped to build their resiliency and cope ore healthily. -- Hilary Schultess-Young, Independent Social Worker Professional Social Workshow more