Narrative exposure therapy for PTSD

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NEUNER, Frank, Thomas ELBERT, Maggie SCHAUER, 2020. Narrative exposure therapy for PTSD. In: BUFKA, Lynn F., ed., Caroline Vaile WRIGHT, ed., Raquel W. HALFOND, ed.. Casebook to the APA clinical practice guideline for the treatment of PTSD. Washington, DC:American Psychological Association, pp. 187-205. ISBN 978-1-4338-3219-2. Available under: doi: 10.1037/0000196-009

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