Cooke Douglas, Allison: Self Regulation And The Traumatized Child

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Cooke Douglas, Allison: Self Regulation And The Traumatized Child

Allison Cooke Douglas 

Therapeutic Parent and Education & Training Coordinator of Harmony Family Center’s ASAP Program, Knoxville, TN

Interviewer:  Lorraine Schneider

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