By Sarah C. Threnhauser

The effects of trauma have been in the headlines too much over the past few weeks. Most recently, trauma from mass shootings (see ‘Trauma By Proxy’: How To Cope With Mass Shootings and Mental Trauma From Mass Shootings – How Do We Cope?) to trauma from neighborhood gun violence (see Flint Activist Reflects On Gun Violence In His Community and For Some In Chicago, Gun Violence Is A Daily Reality, Leaving The Same Trauma As Mass Shootings). Likewise, the trauma from sexual assault (see Sexual Assault And Harassment May Have Lasting Health Repercussions For Women and Building Strength And Resilience…
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