Daryn Reicherter, MD, Clinical Associate Professor, Psychiatry & Behavioral Science, Stanford University School of Medicine
War crimes stemming from political conflict leave devastating scars upon its victims, including PTSD. The talk will address successful approaches to the healing of these wounds, including storytelling, and their incorporation into the international tribunal process.
Tagged under: Psychology,Trauma,Resilience,Victim Rehabilitation,Trauma Psychiatry,International Prosecution Crimes Against Humanity,Sophany,genocide,Anxiety Disorders,Mood disorders,Somatoform Disorders,Substance Abuse Disorders,violence,Traumatic Experience,Intrusive Memories,Avoidance,Hyper-arousal,post-traumatic stress disorder,PTSD,Psychotherapy,Testimonial Therapy
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