Reducing trauma after the event

Curry, Lynne
May 1995
People Management;05/04/95, Vol. 1 Issue 9, p38
Discusses a program designed to make police officers cope with stress after experiencing traumatic incidents. Inappropriateness of coping strategies developed by police officers; Three Fs of dealing with police-related stress. INSETS: Damages case fails.;Disabled people in control in Devon..


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