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An Introduction to Trauma Issues for Women on Inpatient or Short-Stay Units : A Four-Session Group Treatment Intervention
Harris, Maxine, Bronwen Millet, Lori Beyer, Jerri Anglin & Rebecca Wolfson
Community Connections Inc / Coil or Looseleaf / 2001-02-01 / X81807
Trauma / Psychiatry
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20 pages
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This 4 session group intervention is designed to introduce women trauma survivors to the connections between their history of abuse, psychiatric symptoms, coping skills, and self-soothing strategies. This brief intervention also helps women plan for future recovery work.

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