Post traumatic stress disorder: News, treatment and Psychodrama
Keywords:post traumatic stress disorder, psychodrama, treatment effectiveness evaluation
The study of Trauma has grown substantially in recent years covering not only Freud and his hysterics but also for combatants of war, survivors of natural disasters, and victims of child abuse and domestic violence. Inumerous new therapies have emerged, each more efficient and faster than the other, making the old school psychodynamic therapists appear like antiquated dinosaurs with no useful resources to deal with these issues. This article aims to show the contemporary contributions of international psychodramatists to deal with post-traumatic stress disorder, and encourage the development of controlled studies to show statistically the richness of our theoretical and practical body of knowledge.
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