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Psychosocial Issues for Children and Adolescents in Disasters

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This guide offers resources for those working with children in the wake of disaster. It discusses theories of child development as applied to a youth experiencing the fear, anxiety, and trauma of disaster. The guide also offers practical suggestions, case studies, and a resource guide.

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ADM86-1070R
Publication Date
January 2000

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