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Nearly 700 religious leaders gathered in Manhattan Monday to prepare for the demands of counseling as the one-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 attack approaches. It was the largest gathering of religious leaders since September. The clergy also learned that they are also at risk of developing the same mental health problems as the people they're trying to help. NPR's Madeleine Brand reports.

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