Understanding the Impacts of Trauma


USC Annenberg’s Reporting on Health website has re-posted the fourth in a series of articles from the Connecticut Mirror investigating the impacts of trauma on people’s lives and brains, and what new research is telling us about healing.

Links to the earlier articles are included.

Recognizing trauma and isolation — Part 4 (Reporting on Health, January-February 2015)

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  1. I just hope it’s not another way to get people on drugs or bs “therapy”. The study from natural disaster areas showed that people do best when you provide them with necessities, community and otherwise leave them alone.

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