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(p. 28) (p. 29) Assessment and Special Considerations in Treating Adolescent Trauma Survivors 

(p. 28) (p. 29) Assessment and Special Considerations in Treating Adolescent Trauma Survivors
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(p. 28) (p. 29) Assessment and Special Considerations in Treating Adolescent Trauma Survivors
Author(s):

Edna B. Foa

, Kelly R. Chrestman

, and Eva Gilboa-Schechtman

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195331745.003.0002
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date: 20 January 2021

Not every traumatized adolescent is a candidate for PE-A. Chapter 2 presents some guidelines for assessing adolescent trauma survivors, identifying and monitoring target symptoms, and determining the client's readiness for treatment. We also discuss some of the challenges of working with traumatized adolescents using PE-A.

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