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Treating Trauma

Tools and advice for treating clients who have experienced a traumatic event.

Engaging Teens in Treatment for Trauma

Engaging parents and family members can be one of the most effective means to retaining adolescents in treatment. Dartmouth specialists in treating teens with symptoms of trauma offer advice to clinicians. Learn more

Screening Tools Help in Assessing Trauma

Symptoms of trauma often taken multiple forms, and those who've experienced a traumatic event are often unwilling to discuss it. This is especially the case with adolescents. The following listing can help clinicians locate the tested, validated tools. Learn more

Families Can Gain Skills to Cope With Loved One's PTSD

Author reflects, provides advice on the impact of PTSD on family members. Learn more

A PTSD Survivor's Story: A Soldier's Account

In her work with soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, Dr. Tracy Stecker became convinced that their stories could help in recovery. The following first-person account, excerpted from her book 5 Survivors, reflects this effort. Learn more

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