Tuesday, March 13, 2012

International Trauma

Today's blog is short, but features links you might find interesting from all around the world.

For more on any story, click the links included.

  • Irish Health reports that Northern Ireland has the highest level of PTSD of the 30 countries studied.
  • Adelaide Now reports police offers in Australia are getting more help due to the trauma of the situations they 
  • encounter.
  • The Press echoes that sentiment in New Zealand, as well as for civilians after the Canterbury earthquake in February.
  • ABS CBN News reported that trauma counselors were sent to the Phillippines after the flash floods in December.
  • Voice of America has published a new book for Cambodians who survived the Khmer Rouge to assist in dealing with traumatic affects.

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