Trauma Related Content
A Grand Rounds lecture by Dr. Matthew A. Robinson is referenced in an article about childhood sexual abuse.
In the Media: 9/11 Flashbacks, Traumatic Memories and Stress Impacting People on 20-Year Anniversary
“It’s important to help folks recognize that a trauma reaction or feeling unsafe in the context of an event that made a lot of folks feel unsafe is reasonable.” – Dr. Alisha Moreland-Capuia
“The results of this study will help us understand why some children are more vulnerable to developing mental and physical health problems, while others seem surprisingly resilient.” – Dr. Kerry J. Ressler
“When something happens to you in the real world, how do you use your conscious mind and these skills that you learned to respond in a way that you’ll later be happy with and not one that you will regret?” – Dr. Kerry J. Ressler
“When we think about historical trauma, especially for people of color, it has always been about ... invalidation.” – Dr. Alisha Moreland-Capuia
Dr. Alisha Moreland-Capuia and others present ways to support people of color who are experiencing racial trauma.
Dr. Matthew A. Robinson and other health professionals examine the signs of pandemic-induced trauma.
Dr. Alisha Moreland-Capuia and other experts examine types of childhood trauma and discuss research into adverse childhood experiences.
Drs. Lauren A. M. Lebois, Milissa Kaufman, et al, find that brain imaging analyses can uncover changes in functional connections between brain regions linked to dissociative symptoms following trauma.
McLean Hospital supports a month-long window art walk in Rockland, Maine in solidarity with survivors of domestic abuse.
McLean Hospital is one of the sponsors of a storefront window art exhibit in downtown Rockland, Maine to draw attention to domestic abuse.
“This trauma is bigger than anything we have seen in our lifetimes before.” – Scott L. Rauch, MD
Dr. Kerry J. Ressler and other experts review new research based on why some people develop PTSD.
Connecticut’s correctional union is referring members to McLean’s LEADER program, specialized mental health and addiction services designed specifically for men and women in uniform.
Dr. Lois W. Choi-Kain discusses the impact of giving someone a borderline personality disorder diagnosis.
Dr. Cynthia Kaplan on the myths surrounding child sexual abuse.
Dr. Christopher Palmer on the importance of confronting past trauma with prolonged exposure (PE) therapy.
“The differences between traumatic and everyday memories hinge on the critical levels of surprise and meaningfulness of the impact experienced by the individual.” – Dr. Donald Davidoff
“Traumatic memories are remembered with an unusual amount of clarity, especially for the central details of what happened.” – Dr. James A. Chu
Gil Noam authors a piece about the effects of separating children from their parents at the U.S./Mexico border.