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  • Psychological Debriefing: Pros and Cons

    Psychological Debriefing: Pros and Cons Psychological debriefing (PD), is an...

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  • Critical Issue Analysis

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  • Critical Issue on Psychological Debriefing

    Critical Issue on Psychological Debriefing Two facts presented by Mitchell of the critical issue (Mitchell, 1983). • The CISD...

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  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Ptsd

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    each side of the critical issue? Two facts that are presented by both sides of the critical issue are Psychological...

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  • Comprehensive Understanding of Individual Treatment in the Group Process: Ptsd in Focus

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  • A Review of Coping Skills for Early Sexual Abuse Victims

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  • Michael Cobb

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  • Understanding Asberg & Renk’s Contribution to Psychological Trauma

     Advancement in Scientific Knowledge: Understanding Asberg & Renk’s Contribution to Psychological Trauma...

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  • Psychological effects on sexually abused children

    Survivors of child sexual abuse will experience psychological effects, but rather than equally, they will experience to varying...

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  • Crisis Intervention A Review

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  • PTSD POLICE

    depression after a traumatic event (Volpicelli, Balaraman, Hahn, Wallace & Bux, 1999). If this is the case, it is possible that many officers experience...

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