Responding to the Psychological Needs of Children after 9/11: A Review of the Literature.

@inproceedings{Hooker2005RespondingTT,
  title={Responding to the Psychological Needs of Children after 9/11: A Review of the Literature.},
  author={Karen Hooker and Howard S. Friedman},
  year={2005}
}
Having a body of literature on psychological sequelae of victims, assessments, and interventions following a trauma can help mental health workers to better understand the prior treatment responses and to plan for the future. In this article, we review the current status of published mental health research on children following September 11, including articles from fields of psychiatry, psychology, art therapy, drama therapy, and others. First, we present children’s possible reactions to 9/11… CONTINUE READING

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