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    consisted of addressing the trauma in detail, keeping the client’s reactions within a

    CT - Reader Viewpoint | Counseling Today | Page 8
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    , Social Justice , Trauma and Disaster Counseling across borders Gregory K. Moffatt May 1, 2011 I

    CT - Living an uneasy existence | Counseling Today
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    shield against experiencing the trauma again. One effective treatment for generalized anxiety

    CT - Mentoring programs help female students who suffered child abuse | Counseling Today
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    (Photo:Flicker/ Alla_G Overcoming the trauma of abuse can be a lifelong struggle for some.

    CT - Online Exclusives | Counseling Today | Page 8
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    , Counselors Audience , Trauma and Disaster When the unthinkable happens: Counseling children

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