Barry, Kevin
November 2001
Journal of Pastoral Counseling;2001, Vol. 36, p3
Academic Journal
Focuses on the effect of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the lives of people in the U.S. Counseling provided by health care professionals and pastoral counselors; Discussion on the destructive behavior that terrorists possess; Pieces of advice on dealing with the tragedy.


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