Localizing treatment for emotional trauma in Cambodia

| January 24, 2014
BANGKOK, 24 January 2014 (IRIN) – More than three decades after an estimated two million Cambodians died in a genocide perpetrated by the Khmer Rouge, post-traumatic stress disorder and other forms of emotional trauma continue to prey on the peace of mind of survivors and their descendants, say mental health experts who are advocating culturally adaptive trauma treatment.

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