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Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on For analyzing a concept paper. It needs to be at least 500 words.as many other books or literatures on this topic do not explore real time analysis
Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on For analyzing a concept paper. It needs to be at least 500 words.
as many other books or literatures on this topic do not explore real time analysis as this one, in fact, most of them only explore the relationship between PTSD and the patterns of texts in archived documents. The author addresses a wide audience because apart from addressing the psychologist alone, it can also be used by the parents and family for the participants. This is made easy by the inclusion of sample system architecture and implementation that can be used as an early screening tool for information on the participants that require close follow up. The book is also current with the official release date being April 2012 and all the authors are professionals with wide experience in computer science. Therefore, their work would be recommendable when used as a scholarly source.
This book looks into the lives of clinicians who attend to trauma survivors. The book further explains how in the course of treatment to these survivors it has been established that an emotional intensity and stress levels from the survivors affects this clinicians as they listen to their stories. The authors further explain that with respect to posttraumatic therapy, there are very few experiential studies relating to pervasiveness, dynamics and personality of the mental health expert’s empathic stress reactions related to exposure to trauma survivors. The authors Wilson and Thomas carryout a study and provide data for effective management in a move to help those that are affected by empathic strain from their professions. The authors both having attained PhD levels in their studies can be viewed as of qualified opinion and, therefore, making their work credible for use in scholarly research work. Though the book was written in 2004, it cannot be termed as outdated since the information offered is still current and widely practiced. The book although not biased tends to touch on cases of severe trauma and graphic descriptions related to war crimes and torture. Therefore, it is not