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Trauma Journalism

Associated Press chief Africa correspondent Michelle Faul credits counseling with making her aware of the need to deal immediately with stress when covering a story. “We journalists don’t realize what trauma is doing to you,” she says, recounting grisly death scenes and life-threatening conflict zones. “There are things you can do to make yourself feel better when you’re in a really bad place.”
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