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Traumatic Grief & trauma

Below are the best resources we could find on Traumatic Grief and trauma.

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Collective Trauma: A Discussion about Collective Trauma and Grief with BJ Miller and Ladybird Morgan

2020 brought old and new pains to the surface. These losses are compounded because we don’t know how to grieve. Unprocessed grief becomes trauma and trauma leads to more grief in a vicious circle that’s been going on for hundreds of years.

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Healing Traumatic Grief

This is an amazing, candid, heartfelt Q&A with Dr. Joanne Cacciatore on Healing Traumatic Grief.

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Ghosts in the Consulting Room

Ghosts in the Consulting Room: Echoes of Trauma in Psychoanalysis is the first of two volumes that delves into the overwhelming, often unmetabolizable feelings related to mourning. The book uses clinical examples of people living in a state of liminality or ongoing melancholia.

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FindCenterYears as a healer and trauma therapist have taught me that trauma isn’t destiny. The body, not the thinking brain, is where we experience most of our pain, pleasure, and joy, and where we process most of what happens to us.

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Whose Grief? Our Grief

For Saeed Jones, generations collapse into seconds during an American week of chaos and sorrow.

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A Haven From Trauma’s Cruel Grip

After losing her son to random gun violence, one mother felt suicidal enough to commit herself to a local hospital. However, she quickly determined that, “a psych ward is not a place for grief.”

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2015 Summit: Adverse Childhood Experiences and Toxic Stress: A Public Health Crisis

Nadine Burke Harris, MD, MPH CEO, Center for Youth Wellness 2015 Child Health, Education, and Care Summit

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FindCenterOne of the best things each of us can do—not only for ourselves, but also for our children and grandchildren—is to metabolize our pain and heal our trauma.

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Coming Home in Viet Nam: Poems

Seeking the most powerful healing practices to address the invisible wounds of war, Dr. Ed Tick has led journeys to Vietnam for veterans, survivors, activists, and pilgrims for the past twenty years.

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Finding Purpose in Grief: The MISS Foundation Offers a Light at the End of Life’s Darkest Tunnel

A young mother nears the end of her pregnancy with the hope that this child will be as healthy as her other three children. For some reason, however, she feels a sense that something is wrong.

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