Healing Liberia’s psychological scars after civil war
Clip: Season 2014 | 7m 23s
After 14 years of civil war, more than 40 percent of Liberians suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder. But most have nowhere to turn; the cash-strapped West African nation has only one psychiatrist for every 4 million people. Special correspondent Molly Knight Raskin reports on one man’s devotion to healing these national psychological scars.
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