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    CT - February | 2012 | Counseling Today | Page 10

    the International Association of Trauma Professionals (IATP and an associate professor in the Sch

    CT - A reality too horrible to consider | Counseling Today

    the possibility of the trauma being transmitted to subsequent generations,” says Anderson, who h

    CT - Sandy’s aftermath: counselors weigh in on how to help | Counseling Today

    first aid, crisis intervention, trauma and PTSD treatment, and critical incident work. “I have o

    CT - Q & A with a counselor: Teri Nehring | Counseling Today

    of life — from trauma victims to the Oneida Tribe of American Indians. As r eiki master,

    CT - NPR interviews ACA member about Sandy Hook | Counseling Today

    of the book Terrorism, Trauma and Tragedies: A Counselor’s Guide to Preparing and Responding ,

    CT - August | 2012 | Counseling Today | Page 2

    and those affected by trauma. Former NBA player Chris Herren and former Washington Mystic and

    CT - Hurricane Katrina survivors still struggling | Counseling Today

    that people recognize the trauma and let survivors still tell their stories years later. Actually

    CT - How green is my valley – and mind | Counseling Today

    stress. In other words, trauma affects both man and parrot. Trauma diagnosis is unsurprisingly

    CT - What’s on the radar of today’s counselor? | Counseling Today

    of her work with trauma survivors, but she didn’t possess a solid framework for incorporating

    CT - It’s not about sex | Counseling Today

    the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP. There are also other,

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