The efficacy of narrative exposure therapy as a treatment for PTSD in an African refugee settlement: One year follow-up

Neuner F, Schauer M, Kley E, Klaschik C, Karunakara U, Elbert T (2003)
European Psychotherapy (4).

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Neuner F, Schauer M, Kley E, Klaschik C, Karunakara U, Elbert T. The efficacy of narrative exposure therapy as a treatment for PTSD in an African refugee settlement: One year follow-up. European Psychotherapy. 2003;(4).
Neuner, F., Schauer, M., Kley, E., Klaschik, C., Karunakara, U., & Elbert, T. (2003). The efficacy of narrative exposure therapy as a treatment for PTSD in an African refugee settlement: One year follow-up. European Psychotherapy(4).
Neuner, F., Schauer, M., Kley, E., Klaschik, C., Karunakara, U., and Elbert, T. (2003). The efficacy of narrative exposure therapy as a treatment for PTSD in an African refugee settlement: One year follow-up. European Psychotherapy.
Neuner, F., et al., 2003. The efficacy of narrative exposure therapy as a treatment for PTSD in an African refugee settlement: One year follow-up. European Psychotherapy, (4).
F. Neuner, et al., “The efficacy of narrative exposure therapy as a treatment for PTSD in an African refugee settlement: One year follow-up”, European Psychotherapy, 2003.
Neuner, F., Schauer, M., Kley, E., Klaschik, C., Karunakara, U., Elbert, T.: The efficacy of narrative exposure therapy as a treatment for PTSD in an African refugee settlement: One year follow-up. European Psychotherapy. (2003).
Neuner, Frank, Schauer, Margarete, Kley, E., Klaschik, C., Karunakara, Unni, and Elbert, Thomas. “The efficacy of narrative exposure therapy as a treatment for PTSD in an African refugee settlement: One year follow-up”. European Psychotherapy 4 (2003).
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