Coping personally after the tsunamis
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Coping personally after the tsunamis

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Title: PDF logo Coping personally after the tsunamis (PDF file) (Links to English resource)
Summary: Most people experience acute stress during events like tsunamis, and most manage with courage and strength. However, sometimes it is only later when the distressing images are recalled that some of the stressful effects start to show. While most people will manage with the support of family and friends, there are times when extra help and support may be needed.
Organisation: Transcultural Mental Health Centre
Last reviewed: August 2019

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