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The House Next Door to Trauma: Learning from…

The House Next Door to Trauma: Learning from Holocaust Survivors How to…

by Judith Hassan

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Drawing on her long-standing experience as a manager of services for refugees and survivors, Judith Hassan presents a practical guide to working with people who have lived through war trauma. She explores the particular challenges caring professionals face in supporting this group, and develops a working model that takes into account the therapist's own response to the trauma and how this impacts on the therapeutic relationship. Specific issues covered include: issues of loss, grief and mourning in relation to trauma; the role of the social, political and cultural context of the trauma; the ef.… (more)

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