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Melzak, S. McClatchey, J. (2018). Exploring community, cultural, developmental and trauma rooted barriers to mourning after times of organised violence and war. J. Child Psychother., 44(3):396-415.
    

(2018). Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 44(3):396-415

Exploring community, cultural, developmental and trauma rooted barriers to mourning after times of organised violence and war

Sheila Melzak and Jo McClatchey

This paper aims to explore the consequences for adolescents and young adults of losses that took place in the context of sequential traumatisation. We explore how a series of traumatic events can have a cumulative impact on the process of mourning and thus on development. We start by providing a brief introduction to the context of our work, and then present detailed descriptions of two clinicians’ different styles of work with two very different young people.

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