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Year : 2004  |  Volume : 2  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 18-32

Narrative Exposure Therapy in Children: a case study

1 work at vivo Mbarara, Uganda & Cupramontana Italy
2 work at vivo Mbarara, Uganda & Cupramontana Italy and the University of Konstanz, Germany., Germany
3 works at vivo Mbarara, Uganda & Cupramontana Italy and Mbarara University of Science and Technology

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Thomas Elbert
University of Konstanz Centre for Psychiatry, Feursteinstr. 55, Haus 22 D-78479 Reichenau-Lindenbühl, Germany, Phone: +49 7531/88-4609 and -88-3363, Fax: +49-7531-88-4601
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In this article a form of psychotherapy for traumatised children and adolescents (KIDNET) is described. This approach is based on Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET), a short-term treatment method for traumatised adults. The description of KIDNET is illustrated with a detailed report of the successful treatment of a severely traumatised 13-year old refugee child.

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