Providing Immediate Hope to Survivors of Natural Disasters: A Miracle Question Intervention

@article{Steinbrecher2020ProvidingIH,
  title={Providing Immediate Hope to Survivors of Natural Disasters: A Miracle Question Intervention},
  author={Elijah Steinbrecher and Sara A. Smock Jordan and Brie A. Turns},
  journal={The American Journal of Family Therapy},
  year={2020},
  volume={49},
  pages={204 - 219}
}
Abstract Natural disasters can greatly impact the physical and psychological well-being of individuals, families, and communities. Experiencing the event is only the beginning of negative outcomes endured by families. The loss of a home, livelihood, possessions, and a sense of safety can cause depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, and a vast array of other psychological challenges. This article proposes the use of the Miracle Question (MQ), an intervention from Solution focused… 

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