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Triple Threat Trauma: Evidence-Based Mental Health Response for the 2011 Japan Disaster

  • James M. Shultz (a1), Fiona Kelly (a2), David Forbes (a3), Helen Verdeli (a4), Gloria R. Leon (a5), Alexa Rosen (a6) and Yuval Neria (a7)...
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Correspondence: James M. Shultz, PhD, 251 174th Street #2319Sunny Isles Beach, Florida USA E-mail: jamesmichaelshultz@gmail.com

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Triple Threat Trauma: Evidence-Based Mental Health Response for the 2011 Japan Disaster

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