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Post-Traumatic Stress And The Acceptance Of Others

October 20, 2013
By MARSHALL GREENSTEIN (family@post-journal.com) , The Post-Journal

I recall a conversation with a colleague on the subject of Jewish people amongst other racial, ethnic and religious folks who were liberated from the German held concentration camps during World War II. She stated that all those people probably carry a Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder diagnosis. For those of us who work in the counseling field, the mere thought of facing that enormous number and its individual unique set of symptoms would be an undertaking of infinite proportions.

 
 

 

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