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Tijdschrift voor Psychiatrie 47 (2005) 11, 795 - 799

Short report

A short course of eclectic psychotherapy for a Turkish patient with posttraumatic stress disorder. A case study

M. Olff, B.P.R. Gersons

Immigrants have a greater chance of developing posttraumatic stress disorder. Cultural differences and communication problems can have an adverse effect on treatment. In our article we describe a 55-year-old Turkish woman who suffered from posttraumatic stress disorder following the fireworks disaster at Enschede and who was treated successfully with a short course of eclectic psychotherapy.

 

 

keywords immigrants, posttraumatic stress disorder, psychotherapy, Turkey