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Title Anti-semitism and psychiatry : recognition, prevention, and interventions / H. Steven Moffic, John R. Peteet, Ahmed Hankir, Mary V. Seeman, editors.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2020.

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Subject Antisemitism -- Psychological aspects.
Alt Name Moffic, H. Steven.
Peteet, John R., 1947-
Hankir, Ahmed Zakaria.
Seeman, Mary V. (Mary Violette), 1935-
Description 1 online resource (xiv, 374 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents A Short History of the Jewish People -- A Short History of Anti-Semitism -- Prejudice: Intra and Interpersonal Aspects -- Biological Determinants of Bigotry and Its Role in the Resurgence of Severe Anti-Semitism -- An Artistic View of Anti-Semitism -- Anti-Semitism and the Jewish Identity -- A Personal Psychiatric History of Anti-Semitism -- Anti-Semitism: Social, Religious, and Clinical Considerations from a Jewish Psychiatrist -- Anti-Semitism: Social, Religious, and Clinical Considerations from a Christian Psychiatrist -- Anti-Semitism: Social, Religious, and Clinical Considerations from a Muslim Psychiatrist -- Anti-Semitism: Social, Religious, and Clinical Considerations from a Hindu Psychiatrist -- The Psychological Effects of Anti-Semitism on the Perpetrators and Victims -- Anti-Semitism: The Jungian Approach -- Anti-Semitism: The Psychoanalytic Approach -- Jewish Stereotypes in Diagnosis and Treatment -- The Treatment of Anti-Semitic Patients -- Anti-Semitism, the Holocaust, and Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma -- Community Resilience and the Tree of Life Shootings -- Judaism and Rural Psychiatry -- Anti-Semitism and Anti-Zionism in the Middle East -- A Psychiatric Approach to the Prevention and Treatment of Hate Crimes -- Harnessing the Power of Film to Challenge Anti-Semitism -- The Role of Jewish Agencies in Reducing Anti-Semitism -- Leadership for Reducing Anti-Semitism -- Can Anti-Semitism be Cured?
Summary This book is a high-quality, innovative resource that examines the cross-cultural, psychiatric interaction between anti-Seminitism and clinical mental health, thereby filling the gap in the psychiatry literature on this particular stigma. Written by experts in this area with a variety of cultural and religious backgrounds, the text focuses on what psychiatrists need to know to combat the negative mental health impact that increasingly rise out of this particular phenomenon. This approach has never been taken in a clinical text. The book begins by introducing the history of the problem before examining the intra- and interpersonal, psycho-, and social aspects of anti-Semitism in psychiatry. Chapters cover the key indicators for recognition, treatment of patients who struggle with the stigma, shock, and trauma created by hate toward this community, as well as tactics for prevention and intervention. Anti-Semitism and Psychiatry is the only non-political, clinical resource on this particular stigma and its negative impact on mental health for psychiatrists, psychologists, primary care physicians, pediatricians, geriatricians, hospital administrators, public health officials, counselors, social workers, and all others.
ISBN 3030377458
9783030377458 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-030-37
OCLC # 1142326898
Additional Format Print version: Moffic, H. Steven. Anti-Semitism and Psychiatry : Recognition, Prevention, and Interventions. Cham : Springer International Publishing AG, 2020 9783030377441.

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