Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Lifespan Developmental Perspective
Hogrefe & Huber, 1999 - 264 páginas
For the first time, this book brings together the latest information on the course of PTSD and its development through life. The world's leading experts from the fields of clinical and developmental psychology describe results of their most recent studies, both practical and theoretical, on the occurrence of PTSD in various phases of life, from adolescence to old age. Also discussed in detail are methods of coping with PTSD at different stages of life, including working through and personal growth, both of which are examined in innovative ways.
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