S3E2 - Psychological Trauma Special

The Psych Review

08-03-2020 • 30 mins

In episode two of the third season of The Psych Review the focus is on psychological trauma. Alanna and Shakira explore the consequences of childhood trauma, in both clinical and non-clinical contexts. Mazz looks globally into the mental health outcomes of protests, riots and revolutions.

Warning: this episode may contain trauma-related content that could be distressing for some listeners.

The articles covered in this month's episode are:
- Alanna: Lippard, et. al. The Devastating Clinical Consequences of Child Abuse and Neglect:
Increased Disease Vulnerability and Poor Treatment Response in Mood Disorders. Am J Psychiatry 2020; 177:20–36; doi: 10.1176/appi.ajp.2019.19010020
- Shakira: Beilharz, J. E., Paterson, M., Fatt, S., Wilson, C., Burton, A., Cvejic, E., … Vollmer-Conna, U. (2020). The impact of childhood trauma on psychosocial functioning and physical health in a non-clinical community sample of young adults. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 54(2), 185–194. https://doi.org/10.1177/0004867419881206
- Mazz: Ni, MY. et colleagues. (2020). Mental health during and after protests, riots and revolutions: A systematic review. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 1-12 00(0).

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