Monthly Archives: July 2016

Review: Fassbender Broods Mightily in Kurzel’s ‘Macbeth’

William Shakespeare’s Scottish play gets a highly stylized, moody and occasionally mystifying update, courtesy of Justin Kurzel, the Australian director responsible for the haunting “Snowtown.” For the poor souls who haven’t cracked “Macbeth” since high school (or those current students … Continue reading

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PTSD is a whole-body tragedy, an internal human event of enormous proportions with massive repercussions.

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Does Somatic Experiencing Help with Complex Trauma?

 

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How Bad Is Katniss’ PTSD in The Hunger Games? We Asked the Experts

This article was written by the psychiatrists of Broadcast Thought—Dr. Vasilis K. Pozios and Dr. Praveen R. Kambam. Spoilers for The Hunger Games movies follow. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1 opens with a very telling scene. Katniss Everdeen is on … Continue reading

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SE FAQ #1 – How Do I Know if I Have Been Traumatized?

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Trauma is a Hidden Cause of Academic Struggles for Many in D.C., Report Finds

Source: The Washington Post Author: Michael Alison Chandler Children in the District are disproportionately exposed to traumatic experiences, including poverty, homelessness and gun violence, that affect their ability to learn, a new report says. But schools can help them by … Continue reading

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