Articles on PTSD

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Interspecies relationships can help traumatised animals form healthy attachments. Sugarshine animal sactuary

Hugs, drugs and choices: helping traumatised animals

Animals have complex experiences of trauma. Treating them is very similar to dealing with humans, requiring compassion, calm and common sense.
Violent and distressing news video and images such as this girl fleeing fighting in Mosul, Iraq, on July 2, pose mental health risks for journalists in newsrooms — a new phenomenon. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)

Violent news: Psychological trauma a new risk in digital age

Journalists face psychological trauma from producing news even when they are distant from the scene of violent incidents. What can news organizations do?
City workers in London place flowers in the heart of the city after terrorism killed seven people and wounded 40 others. Tim Ireland/AP

Why restoring morale is important to mental health in difficult times

Terrorism, confusion and fear are leaving many feeling demoralized. While not quite on the level of depression, demoralization is still something to pay attention to. Here are some ways to do that.
Some soldiers’ wounds in WWI were more mental than physical. George Metcalf Archival Collection

From shell-shock to PTSD, a century of invisible war trauma

Mental health trauma has always been a part of war. Treatments have come a long way over the last century, but we still don't understand why the responses change for different people and times.
Our views of who’s at risk of post-traumatic stress disorder might cloud who we think deserves to be treated. from www.shutterstock.com

A soldier and a sex worker walk into a therapist’s office. Who’s more likely to have PTSD?

When we think of post-traumatic stress disorder, we tend to think of soldiers returning from war. But other sections of society are far more likely to suffer from repeated bouts of trauma.

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