Psychological Trauma Treatment Journals

Psychological trauma is an injury to the mind that exists as a result of a distressing event. Trauma is often the outcomes of an overwhelming amount of stress that surplus one's capability to cope, or merge the emotions involved with that experience. Trauma may result from an individual distressing experience or continuous events of being overwhelmed that can be caused in weeks, years, or even decades as the person fight to cope with the sudden circumstances, eventually leading to serious, long-term negative consequences.     Not all people who undergo a potentially traumatic event will actually become psychologically traumatized. However, it is possible for some individual to spread post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after being exposed to a major traumatic event. This discrepancy in risk rate can be assigned to protective factors some individuals may have that enable them to manage with trauma; they are related to temperamental and environmental element from among others.