Trauma victims/litigants frequently feel irritable, angry and a sense of injustice alongside feelings of stress, low mood and anxiety. This can be equally distressing and destructive to being actively and positively involved in a civil compensation case. Five case study illustrations are given, culminating in essential skills for the lawyer and clinician to display irrespective of whether the angry, embittered reaction is mild or severe.
Hugh Koch, Helen Beesley, Caroline Formby and Faye Fraser
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