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(p. 247) Evidence-Based Interventions for Survivors of Terrorism 

(p. 247) Evidence-Based Interventions for Survivors of Terrorism
(p. 247) Evidence-Based Interventions for Survivors of Terrorism

Josef I. Ruzek

, Shira Maguen

, and Brett T. Litz

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date: 25 June 2021

Chapter 18 outlines evidence-based interventions for survivors of terrorism, including interventions for trauma-related problems (PTSD, traumatic grief, and alcohol abuse), movements toward an integrated intervention system, service delivery challenges in the post terrorism environment, such as the context of ongoing threat, and obstacles to mental heal providers' access to survivors), and the future of the field.

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