Order from chaos: responding to traumatic events
The book outlines the dynamics of disasters in terms of the emotional needs of those affected and suggests how agencies can plan to respond to those needs both in the immediate aftermath of a crisis and in the long term. The revised and expanded edition of this highly successful book consolidates the core elements of good practice, while bringing theory and practice issues fully up-to-date.
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