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Interview: Survivors need psychological care

05-12-2011 20:00 BJT Special Report:Wenchuan Quake 3 Years On |

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Now, joining us is Dr. Judy Kuriansky from New York. She is an established clinical psychologist, and an adjunct professor at the Clinical Psychology Program at Columbia University Teachers College. She has provided psychological first aid after some major disasters around the world. And she has been to China several times during the past 12 years. Welcome, Dr. Judy.

Q1: As an expert in trauma, you went to many disaster-hit places, and talked to a large number of victims around the world. In the Sichuan case, what techniques do you think are needed when providing psychological help to the survivors?

Q2: The devastating earthquake may still leave scars in many hearts. How long do you think they will need to recover? And what can we do to help?



Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CNTV.CN

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