Relationships among Resilience, Trauma Scientific Knowledge, Perceived Competence to Treat and Emotional Competence toward Complex Trauma Cases among Mental Health Trainees
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Caminero-Santangelo, Marta (Antipodas: Journal of Hispanic and Galician Studies, 2009)The terms “trauma” and testimonio (or “testimony”) have been linked so often in literary studies as to seem inextricably connected, suggesting that literature of “trauma” and testimonio narratives are one and the same. ...
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