Psychotraumatology of the war in Ukraine: The question of the psychological care of victims who are refugees or who remain in Ukraine
Pretorius, Tyrone B
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The war in Ukraine is a major poly-traumatic event, which leads to massive population displacements. The question of the evaluation and psychological care of psychotraumatized people is an urgent matter. As many countries hosting refugees are well endowed with a good number of psychologists, some of these interested professionals should mobilize themselves and make themselves known to carry out these clinical acts. Priority should be given to trained and experienced psychologists to support victims.