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As you can see, their attempts to understand the situation and what it means for them, without adult help, can lead to a lot of unnecessary negative emotions and confusion. Two main approaches have been considered—interventions for everyone involved and interventions targeted at individuals who remain symptomatic after a certain amount of time. This guide can serve as a resource for agencies interested in getting started. The continuing presence of symptoms of PTSD should not be considered in itself as sufficient justification for preventing a return to work/duty.

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