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Backing Slowly Away from Hell: Post-Traumatic Growth and Deconversion

“Sometimes you can only find heaven by backing slowly away from hell.”

Carrie Fisher quotes are a great start to any blog post, amirite?

Seriously though, I’ve got that quote up on my dorm room wall in red-orange pen, complete with a grinning skull doodle that I like to think Carrie would’ve appreciated. 1,320 more words

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Connecting

It’s not often you get to enjoy the company of one of the world’s great minds in the area of Post Traumatic Stress. Yesterday I, and many of my colleagues, were able to revel in 3hours of post traumatic stress heaven (if there is such a thing), with Dr Patricia Watson, one of the gurus and key drivers behind the 5 pillars of psycho-social support. 788 more words

Recovery

How to Help?

I am struggling in my relationship with my son. I am very aware that he triggers my past trauma with his Dad. Unfortunately, what was modeled for him regarding managing emotions, expressing emotions, and handling conflict was not healthy. 390 more words

Can you recover from trauma?

The importance of inspiring hope and the phenomenon of Post Traumatic Growth.

Power To Recover

Traumatismes et résilience chez l’enfant migrant : le rôle de l’ancrage culturel et familial

Author(s): Betty GOGUIKIAN RATCLIFF

http://www.cairn.info/revue-l-autre-2007-2-page-249.htm

Abstract:

Individual differences in reaction to potentially traumatizing events is a topic that is much debated in the field of developmental clinical psychology.

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Children

Repenser les liens entre migration, exil et traumatisme

Author(s): Betty GOGUIKIAN RATCLIFF

https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:34320

Dans le langage courant, migration et exil sont souvent confondus. Par ailleurs, des définitions très larges de ces termes font de tout un chacun, peu ou prou, un migrant ou un exilé.

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Trauma

Trauma and psychological distress in Latino citizen children following parental detention and deportation

Author(s): Lisseth ROJAS-FLORES ; Mari L. CLEMENTS ; J. Hwang KOO ; Judy LONDON

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/27504961

Abstract

The mental health impact of parental detention and deportation on citizen children is a topic of increasing concern.

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