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THE NEEDS OF VICTIMS OF CRIME IN KOREA. EFFECTIVE COUNSELING STRATEGIES & TECHNIQUES. Dr. CHUNG, Keun, Jae Director Kim Chean Neuro-Psychiahr Hospital. INTRODUCTION. Human Rights Social Welfare. Cultural beliefs Tradition Political issues

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THE NEEDS OF VICTIMS OF CRIME

IN KOREA

EFFECTIVE COUNSELING

STRATEGIES & TECHNIQUES

Dr. CHUNG, Keun, Jae

Director

Kim Chean Neuro-Psychiahr

Hospital

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INTRODUCTION

Human Rights

Social Welfare

Cultural beliefs

Tradition

Political issues

Social situation

Victim Supports

Comprehensive

Substantial

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THE MEEDS OF VICTIM

Direct services

Safer environment

Schooling

Financial aids

Medical assistance

Physical

Mental

Legal supports

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CULTARAL FACTORS

Confucian ideology & moral code

Conforming to authority

Avoiding conflict with others

Strict tradition

Male superiority & dominance

Over female

Keep it a secret

As a maternal affection

Feeling of inner hostility

Toward men or authorities

Competitive educational situation

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POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER

Pre-traumatic risk factors

childhood trauma

personality pathology

inadequate family support

female

genetic vulnerability

recent stressful life changes

excessive alcohol drink

poor physical health

financial problems

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POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER

Stressors

PTSD

actual or threatened death

serious injury

threat to the physical integrity

of self or others

reexperiencing

avoidance and numbing

hyper-arousal

Factors delaying diagnosis of PTSD

cultural prejudice and social stigma

low self esteem or personal relationship

disregard that PTSD is an illness

misdiagnosed

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THE ROLE OF COUNSELING

Learning process

based on mutual trust

generous acceptance

empathic understanding

Complexity

Adaptation skills and coping strategies

Progress as a human being

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ELEMENTS OF COUNSELING

Unconditional acceptance

Empathic understanding

Attentive listening

Honesty and transparency

Confidentiality

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OBJECTIVES AND GOAL OF COUNSELING

Set for each stage of the counseling process

in view of the cultural background,

value system

and present situation

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COUNSELOR

Expertise and knowledge about the mind

Sound academic background

Extensive field training

Specific personal characteristics

helper, supporter, friend , expert,

advisor

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INTERVIEW SKILLS

Art & skills

Time limited services

Verbal communication

Non verbal communication

Observation skills

Listening skills

Questioning skills

Interpreting skills

Climate setting skills

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SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR KOREAN VICTIM

Historical background of invasion

Social tradition of the hierarchical nature

→ underlying feeling of inferiority

and self-pity

Indirect nature of communication

Extremely fast-paced society

Suppress and conceal

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SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR KOREAN VICTIM

COUNSELING CHILDREN

COUNSELING ADOLESCENTS

Age and developmental stage

Limited linguistic ability

Worry to unfamiliarity

→ TOOLS

The culture of child rearing

obey, respect, fear

overprotective and dominating parents

→FAMILYSESSIONS

GROUP COUNSELING

School violence

Parental education

COUNSELING THE AGED

Change in the value system and tradition

Interfamilial relationship

→ COMPREHENSIVE SUPPORTS

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