Post-traumatic stress disorder in children: The social work challenge

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Authors: Parker, J. and Randall, P.

Journal: Journal of Social Work Practice

Volume: 10

Pages: 71-81

ISSN: 0265-0533

DOI: 10.1080/02650539608415667

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affects both children and adults. It can result from the traumatic experience of childhood sexual abuse. Knowledge of the syndrome and its effects is, however, often limited. Thus important opportunities for intervention are missed. This article describes the implications for policy, social work practice and training.

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Authors: Parker, J. and Randall, P.

Journal: Journal of Social Work Practice

Volume: 10

Issue: 1

Pages: 71-81

ISSN: 0265-0533

DOI: 10.1080/02650539608415667

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affects both children and adults. It can result from the traumatic experience of childhood sexual abuse. Knowledge of the syndrome and its effects is, however, often limited. Thus important opportunities for intervention are missed. This article describes the implications for policy, social work practice and training.

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Authors: Parker, J. and Randall, P.

Journal: JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE

Volume: 10

Issue: 1

Pages: 71-81

ISSN: 0265-0533

DOI: 10.1080/02650539608415667

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