While the debate is focused on the power of naming a disorder, it really represents a far more important set of nuanced issues and assumptions about the nature of psychological responses after surviving catastrophe, brutal deaths, war, sexual assault and other horrific life events. It also represents differing views on how best to achieve needed cultural changes.
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The impact of war on mental health and the implications of intimate violence are among the top items on the agenda for the 2010 annual meeting of the International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS).