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ACA in the News: How Counselors Help Survivors of Terror Attacks and Other Tragedies

Nov 18, 2015
ACA member Stephanie Dailey spoke with CNN.com about assisting clients in the aftermath of a traumatic event.
"Mass shootings and terrorist attacks can be even more difficult for people to cope with than natural disasters because they often feel the need to blame someone and get retribution, which feeds into their anger, Dailey said. In addition, these incidents affect entire communities, making it harder for people to regain a sense of a normal life."

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ACA in the News: How Counselors Help Survivors of Terror Attacks and Other Tragedies

by User Not Found | Nov 18, 2015
ACA member Stephanie Dailey spoke with CNN.com about assisting clients in the aftermath of a traumatic event.
"Mass shootings and terrorist attacks can be even more difficult for people to cope with than natural disasters because they often feel the need to blame someone and get retribution, which feeds into their anger, Dailey said. In addition, these incidents affect entire communities, making it harder for people to regain a sense of a normal life."

Read the full article here.