Common Fate: Therapists’ Benefits and Perils in Conducting Child Therapy Following the Shared Traumatic Reality of War

Created by Cohen, Esther; Roer-Strier, Dorit; Menachem, Mazal; Fingher-Amitai, Shira; Israeli, Nitzan
Document / Presentation12 p.English2014

Published in the Clinical Social Work Journal, the study examines the experiences of therapists who treated children identified as suffering from post-traumatic distress following the Second Lebanon War between Israel and Hezbollah

Partners: Ministry of Education

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