Mental health workers to aid Turkish victims
Six mental health professionals will fly to Turkey today to train more than 110 local psychologists to treat post-traumatic stress disorder resulting from the recent earthquake. They will use an unusual treatment called Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). The volunteer therapists are part of a worldwide organization called the Humanitarian Assistance Program (HAP) of EMDR, said Dr. Gary Quinn, a member of the Israeli group.
Original Work Citation
Siegel, J. (1999, October 27). Mental health workers to aid Turkish victims. Jeruslaem, Israel: Jerusalem Post, News,5
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