School Shootings and Lessons Learned

Johnson, K. (2012). School Shootings and Lessons Learned. (Free registration required.) Medscape Medical News.
The authors explain that the behavioral health consequences experienced by survivors of the 2006 Dawson College shooting surpassed posttraumatic stress disorder and included substance abuse and major depressive disorder. Nearly 100 mental health professionals provided support including the daily use of 12 therapy rooms for over 6 months.
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