Form of post-traumatic stress disorder seen in accident victims
Your recent newspaper column regarding the person experiencing trauma after her Toyota was rear-ended by some guy going 70 mph invited me to add my thoughts: I am a psychologist in Minnesota and have treated a number of car-crash victims just like your reader. They are indeed suffering from a form of post-traumatic stress disorder, and can easily be helped by a therapeutic procedure called EMDR -- eye movement desensitization and reprocessing. Don't ask me to explain how it works, but believe me, it does. I have treated car-crash victims, carjacking victims, rape victims and holdup victims with the same method of EMDR.
Original Work Citation
Malgiozzi, T., & Magliozzi, R. (2005, June 26). Form of post-traumatic stress disorder seen in accident victims. Pittsburgh, PA: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Five Star, Business, K-12
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