Trauma Essay Topics

Traumatized Women

Psychological trauma affects millions of Americans, women in particular.  This problem alarms psychotherapists, who must treat the traumatized, and negatively impacts society in general.   Trauma is a direct result of abuse, whether that be physical, sexual or emotional.  Such abuse has a strong tendency to repeat itself from generation to generation, because victims often reenact… View Article

Traumatic Experience

The most traumatic experience in my life was the loss of a close family member. Like so many others who have lost a loved one, it was difficult to deal with the pain and the heartbreak of death.             When I was six years of age, my aunt learned that she was expecting. This was… View Article

Trauma and Grief in Children

Children are as “mature” as adults when it comes to the effects of trauma and loss.  Like the adults, they too require assistance in dealing with the effects of both trauma and loss.  Thus, the National Child Traumatic Stress Network is coordinated by the National Center for Child Traumatic Stress at Duke University Medical Center… View Article

Early Childhood Trauma Lives on in Adulthood

Abused children eventually become problem adults who are a burden to society. Recent studies reveal the significance of parenting in the cross-generational transmission of aggressive or problem behavior up to three continuous generations. Stable evidence has long recognized and documented the negative effects of aggressive or harsh and inconsistent parenting and identified the need for… View Article