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The traumatic process contains three possible stages: a stage of warning, a stage of impact (immediate reaction), and a post-traumatic stage. While identification of factors that can influence the long term clinical picture (the post-traumatic stage) has been attempted elsewhere, examination has...
Occasional experience with disaster casualties raised questions about the neglect of spiritual factors in the appraisal of their condition. The experience is briefly outlined, reflections presented, and proposals generated for elaborating the WHO definition of health and well-being to take...
Human stress is increasing on a global scale. The experience and belief of this author is that a wider range of people impacted by this stress feel comfortable accessing counseling by telephone because of its immediate accessibility and the lack of stigma associated with this modality. Telephone...
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