Have you ever thought about how the brain responds to traumatic events? Here are 7 ways the brain instinctively responds to perceived danger.

Have you ever wondered how the brain responds to traumatic events? Thanks to decades of research and the advent of medical imaging techniques, mental health care professionals have more answers to that question than ever before. This month’s video for Rising Above Ministries summarizes seven ways the brain responds to traumatic events or perceived danger.

To watch the video click on 7 Ways the Brain Responds to Traumatic Events.

You can find more information about this subject in the Different Dream blog post, A Look Inside: The Brain’s Response to Childhood Trauma.  For even more information, check out  Does My Child Have PTSD? which has a chapter devoted to the topic.

For the rest of the RAM videos in this series, check out these links:

Episode 1: Special Needs Parenting Is Different Dream Living
Episode 2: Childhood Trauma by any Other Name Is Still Traumatic
Episode 3: Myths about PTSD in Children, Part 1
Episode 4: Myths about PTSD in Children, Part 2
Episode 5: The Surprising Causes of PTSD in Children

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Have you ever thought about how the brain responds to traumatic events? Here are 7 ways the brain instinctively responds to perceived danger.

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