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Fatal violence - from trauma to offence : a case study in forensic psychotherapy and trauma therapy with a migrant patient

Fatal violence - from trauma to offence : a case study in forensic psychotherapy and trauma therapy with a migrant patient

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KLUTTIG, Tilman, Michael ODENWALD, Werner HARTMANN, 2009. Fatal violence - from trauma to offence : a case study in forensic psychotherapy and trauma therapy with a migrant patient. In: International Forum of Psychoanalysis. 18(1), pp. 42-49

@article{Kluttig2009Fatal-10175, title={Fatal violence - from trauma to offence : a case study in forensic psychotherapy and trauma therapy with a migrant patient}, year={2009}, doi={10.1080/08037060802658512}, number={1}, volume={18}, journal={International Forum of Psychoanalysis}, pages={42--49}, author={Kluttig, Tilman and Odenwald, Michael and Hartmann, Werner} }

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