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The Mental Health Consequences of Torture

Gerrity, Ellen, Keane, Terence M., Tuma, Farris (Eds.)

2001, XXIII, 375 p.

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"The monograph is a rich resource for clinicians and researchers working with torture and trauma survivors. More skilled clinicians are needed in Australia to enhance our response to these marginalized and abused groups of people. This book is an important weapon in mobilizing and underpinning such a response."
(Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 36:2 (2002)
"This book is a must for anyone who is involved with the treatment of violence and its consequences. Clinicians, researchers, policy makers both home and abroad, those in the legal profession, and the victims themselves, if they feel so inclined, will find this book well worth reading."
(Psychiatric Services, 54:7)

 

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