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to warn for future trauma events as well as function as a signal when the situation/symptoms may

a “job hazard” of trauma counseling. According to the literature (e.g., Pearlman & Saakvitne,

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Jungian Play Therapy: Bridging the Theoretical to the Practical.

and adaptation to the traumatic event (Allan, 1988. When utilizing spontaneous drawings in play

the American Counseling Association’s Traumatology Interest Network, and may be reproduced for

Preventing, and Transforming Medical Trauma Paper based on a program presented at the 2013

the American Counseling Association’s Traumatology Interest Network, and may be reproduced for

Domestic Violence and Children

stress; and (d the Trauma Symptom Checklist-Children, designed to assess the child’s current

to Coping with Disasters/ Trauma The following factors might be important to assess when working

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