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Vicarious Trauma Research

Research-listed in date descending order

Vicarious Traumatization and Vicarious Resilience in Mental Health Professionals: An Investigation of Group Differences

Invisible Wounds: Preventing Vicarious Trauma in Practicing Counselors

Secondary Trauma and Parenting Practices in Internet Crimes against Children Task Force Investigators

Supporting Those Who Provide Support: Work-Related Resources and Secondary Traumatic Stress Among Victim Advocates

Secondary Traumatic Stress: Prevalence and Symptomology Amongst Detective Officers Investigating Child Protection Cases

Reliability and Validity of the Vicarious Trauma Organizational
Readiness Guide (VT-ORG)

Coping with vicarious trauma in mental health interpreting

Professionals’ Perceptions of Vicarious Trauma From Working With Victims of Sexual Trauma

Understanding and supporting law enforcement professionals working with distressing material: Findings from a qualitative study

Vicarious trauma among social workers: The impact of client trauma

A Qualitative Inquiry into the Phenomenon of Vicarious Resilience in Law Enforcement Officers

Coping with Vicarious Trauma in Mental Health Interpreting

Preventing Vicarious Trauma in Counselors Through the Implementation of Self-Care Practices

Vicarious Trauma Coping and Self-Care Practices Among Trauma Therapists

Extraversion, neuroticism and secondary trauma in Internet child abuse investigators

Exploring the Lived Experiences of Supervising Child Protection Social Workers.

The experience of secondary traumatic stress in counselors who work with sexually abused adolescents

A Study of Compassion and Job Satisfaction among Erie County’s Child Protective Services Caseworkers: Vicarious Trauma, Coping, Supervisory Style, Bureaucratic Structure, and Safety

A meta-analysis of the relationship between job burnout and secondary traumatic stress among workers with indirect exposure to trauma


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