Apfel, R. J., & Simon, B,

In this gripping book, mental health professionals who have worked with children exposed to war and violence share their knowledge and experiences. The contributors, including psychiatrists, psychologists, and social workers, address such topics as the ethical issues involved in working with children in war zones, children`s development under violent circumstances, post-traumatic stress disorder and other stress reactions, refugee children, “survivor guilt,” interventions and treatments, and the emotional health of the caretakers.