Post-trauma Stress: A Personal Guide to Reduce the Long-term Effects and Hidden Emotional Damage Caused by Violence and Disaster
For survivors of physical and emotional violence, advice from professionals on how to reduce the far-reaching effects of post-traumatic stress.
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