Psychological trauma of kidnapping: What can we do to help?

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Psychological trauma of kidnapping: What can we do to help?

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THE spate of kidnappings for ransom, across the country is a major source of concern. While the outcome can be unpredictable, ranging from loss of lives to the safe return of the kidnapped victim; it is imperative that we gain some understanding of the psychological trauma involved for the victims and their friends/families. This is […]

Psychological trauma of kidnapping: What can we do to help?
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