Secondary trauma

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Interpreters and therapist who may be affected by continued interactions with human right atrocities may be in need of counseling themselves in order to continue their work with torture victims. Since there are only about 200 such centers around the world that provide this service, in light that there so few people who are trained to do this work? Who helps those who help the victims?

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