Tag Archives: Trauma

Article Review: Marshall, D.F., et al. (2016). Deficient inhibitory control as an outcome of childhood trauma.

Rebecca Girlinghouse, MA WKPIC Doctoral Intern   This study sought to determine if childhood trauma has an impact on attention and the ability to inhibit responses in those with bipolar disorder.  The authors hypothesized that a history of childhood trauma … Continue reading

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Friday Factoid: Halloween and Trauma Triggers

Rebecca Girlinghouse, MA WKPIC Doctoral Intern   In less than a week, it will be Halloween.  For many, this is a day filled with fun, friends, fantasy, and imagination.  It gives us a chance to step away from the stressors … Continue reading

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Understanding Anxiety and Trauma

Anxiety refers to the response of the body towards a stressing, unsafe, or unfamiliar circumstance. It describes the sense of distress, nervousness, or fear that one feels before an important event. Being nervous about a job interview or terrified over … Continue reading

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