The Physical Impact of Psychological Trauma
Most homicide survivors focus on the emotional dimensions of their situation (such as anxiety or depression, and lowered concentration). But paying attention to the physical aftermath is equally important (such as insomnia, teeth grinding, headaches and stomach aches). Our guest, Tracy Lowry, R.N. discusses the importance and reasons behind this dimension of trauma as well as some strategies for dealing with it.
cPTSD, crime, crime effects, depression, family loss, First responders, homicide, loss of life, mental health, mental illness, Murder, post traumatic growth, PTSD, serial murder, social issue, social issues, suicide epidemic