Treating Acute Stress Disorder: An Evaluation of Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Supportive

Treating Acute Stress Disorder: An Evaluation of Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Supportive

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In broad terms, Acute Stress Disorder (ASD) can be considered as there action of posttraumatic stress that usually occurs approximately on the second day and last till the fourth week following the trauma. ASD is caused when an individual is confronted with an event that is traumatic in nature. Witnessing, experiencing or confrontation can stimulate ASD where there is an intense fear of helplessness felt by the victim (Bryant, 2011). Some of the common symptoms that are conventionally present in the victims experiencing ASD include numbness, depersonalization, derealization, and dissociative amnesia.Derealization is a symptom of ASD where an individual may not comprehend the environment and believes that the surrounding is unreal. Depersonalization is another symptom of ASD in which an individual, who has recently faced a trauma, feels that his/her emotions are not real.

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