Mental Health Study Results

From HSWIRE: Mental Health Researchers Offer Insights on Overcoming Trauma

On a December morning in 1988, a massive earthquake tore through northern Armenia, devastating the small Caucasus country. Over 25,000 died – two-thirds of whom were children. As part of the international relief efforts that followed, psychiatrists and other mental health professionals from all over the world traveled to Armenia to kick off a remarkable and sustained mental health relief and research program which would
last for two decades.

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