Psychological trauma knows no boundaries: it affects people of every background, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, age, and gender. The impact on people around the globe is significant. According to a 2016 study, over 70% of those surveyed across six continents have experienced a traumatic event.
McLean Hospital offers this course aimed at dispelling long held misconceptions about assessing and treating emotional trauma. Topics include delivering care in low-resource settings and exploring special populations such as the unique experiences of refugees and displaced persons.
Offered by the Education Outreach Department at McLean Hospital. This event took place September 8, 2022.
Watch the sessions on demand below or view the event agenda.
Recognizing Trauma in Adults and Young People
Sophia L. Maurasse, MD, McLean Hospital
Trauma in the United States and Around the World
Alaptagin (Al) Khan, MBBS, FRSPH, McLean Hospital
Lessons Learned From Working With Displaced Youth
Wahab Yousafzai, MBBS, FCPS, Shifa International Hospital, Islamabad
Solution: Narrative Exposure Therapy
Benjamin Iffland, PhD, Bielefeld University
Solution: Community Resiliency Model
Linda Grabbe, PhD, APRN-BC, Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, Emory University
Elaine Miller-Karas, MSW, LCSW, Trauma Resource Institute
Experts from all sessions