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Dr. Richard F. Mollica | My Perspective

Trauma care

For over 25 years, Harvard psychiatrists have helped and studied victims of many of the world's most devastating events. What they found is more heartening than you might think.

By Dr. Richard F. Mollica
July 2, 2007

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So much of the time, we focus on the lasting wounds that come from trauma -- the lifelong pain of childhood abuse, the crime victim who is haunted by the event, the scars of wartime service that never heal. (Full article: 1448 words)

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