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Let’s Talk Intergenerational Trauma

Previously recorded in a live discussion on facebook Intergenerational Trauma – From Wikipedia: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transgenerational_trauma “Transgenerational trauma is trauma that is transferred from the first generation of trauma survivors to the second and further generations of offspring of the survivors via complex post-traumatic stress disorder mechanisms.” From: The Globe and Mail https://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/health-and-fitness/health-advisor/the-intergenerational-trauma-of-first-nations-still-runs-deep/article23013789/ “Intergenerational trauma, or transgenerational… Read More »

What Is Post-Traumatic Growth? A Practical Understanding

Have you ever heard of the term Post Traumatic Growth? If not, you are not alone. A lot of my clients haven’t heard of the term including a lot of people who have experienced trauma. It isn’t a term that most people talk about. In fact, the term is rather “new” in today’s literature on… Read More »

Intergenerational Trauma and its Cultural Implications with Tamara Hill

Brought to you by: [SPECIAL REPORT] Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome Theory and Social Justice by Dr. Nzingha Dalila http://bit.ly/2tunPWa ————– Topics of Discussion: Basic definition of what it is and what it looks like in families and cultures, especially the African American culture Social, emotional/psychological, and generational consequences of being exposed to inter-generational trauma Cultural… Read More »