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their direct involvement with traumatic events, however, counselors must have specific training in

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and demands immediate action. Trauma The term comes from the Greek word meaning WOUND. On a physic

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Moving Forward: Issues in Trauma Response and Treatment Jane M. Webber, J. Barry Mascari, Michael

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