Ian de Terte
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The development of a three part model of psychological resilience
I de Terte, C Stephens, L Huddleston
Stress and Health 30 (5), 416-424, 2014
932014
Secondary traumatic stress, vicarious posttraumatic growth, and coping among health professionals; A comparison study
S Manning-Jones, I de Terte, C Stephens
New Zealand Journal of Psychology (Online) 45 (1), 20, 2016
622016
Psychological Resilience of Workers in High‐Risk Occupations
I de Terte, C Stephens
Stress and Health 30 (5), 353-355, 2014
562014
Vicarious posttraumatic growth: A systematic literature review
S Manning-Jones, I de Terte, C Stephens
International Journal of Wellbeing 5, 125-139, 2015
552015
Psychosocial recovery from disasters: A framework informed by evidence
MF Mooney, D Paton, I de Terte, S Johal, AN Karanci, D Gardner, ...
The New Zealand Psychological Society, 2011
552011
An integrated model for understanding and developing resilience in the face of adverse events
I de Terte, J Becker, C Stephens
Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology 3 (1), 20-26, 2009
482009
The Relationship between Vicarious Posttraumatic Growth and Secondary Traumatic Stress among Health Professionals
S Manning-Jones, I de Terte, C Stephens
Journal of Loss and Trauma, 2017
332017
Psychological outcomes in disaster responders: A systematic review and meta-analysis on the effect of social support
J Guilaran, I de Terte, K Kaniasty, C Stephens
International Journal of Disaster Risk Science 9 (3), 344-358, 2018
272018
An investigation into discharge, visual perception, and appearance concerns of prosthetic eye wearers
NS Pine, I de Terte, KR Pine
Orbit 36 (6), 401-406, 2017
162017
Youth with serious mental health disorders: Wraparound as a promising intervention in New Zealand
JL Shailer, RA Gammon, I de Terte
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy 34 (3), 186-213, 2013
162013
PTSD and Resilience of Adolescents after New Zealand Earthquakes
T Heetkamp, I de Terte
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 44, 31-38, 2015
122015
Time heals: an investigation into how anophthalmic patients feel about eye loss and wearing a prosthetic eye
NS Pine, I de Terte, KR Pine
J Ophthalmol Vis Sci 2 (2), 1018, 2017
92017
The impact of eye loss and prosthetic eye wear on recreational, occupational and social areas of functioning
NS Pine, I de Terte, KR Pine
Journal Ophthalmology & Visual Science 2 (1), 1016, 2017
92017
Exploring elements of an effective recovery process
D Johnston, J Becker, M Coomer, S Cronin, M Daly, E Doyle, S Glassey, ...
82011
Transformers: a programme for people with an intellectual disability and emotion regulation difficulties
J McWilliams, I de Terte, J Leathem, S Malcolm, J Watson
Journal of Intellectual Disabilities and Offending Behaviour, 2014
52014
A scoping review of postdisaster social support investigations conducted after disasters that struck the Australia and Oceania continent
K Kaniasty, I de Terte, J Guilaran, S Bennett
Disasters, 2020
42020
An investigation of the fidelity to a wraparound process in New Zealand
JL Shailer, RA Gammon, I de Terte
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 46 (2), 2017
42017
An evaluation of an emotion regulation programme for people with an intellectual disability
JL McWilliams, I de Terte, J Leathem, S Malcolm
Therapeutic Communities: The International Journal of Therapeutic …, 2014
32014
Multiple Perspectives of Teams’ Experiences of a New Zealand Wraparound Process
JL Shailer, RA Gammon, I de Terte
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy 39 (1), 67-89, 2018
22018
The straw that broke the camel's back: A model of psychological resilience to use with military personnel
I de Terte
Global views on military stress and resilience, 127-137, 2017
12017
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