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Psychological reactions to trauma: working with patients

Psychological reactions to trauma: working with patients

Mental health

Part one of this article, published in the last issue of Nursing in Practice, described some of the diagnostic features of a traumatic reaction. Here, Ashley Conway addresses some of the clinical issues, dividing them into three areas: sensitivity, clinician's comfort level and further therapy

Ashley Conway
BSc(Psychol) PhD(Psychol)
Chartered Counselling Psychologist, Harley Street, London

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