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Trauma is defined by the American Psychological Association (APA) as the emotional response someone has to an extremely negative event. While trauma is a causal reaction to a horrible event, the damage can be so severe that they interfere with an individual’s capability to live a ordinary life. In that case such as this help may be needed to treat the stress and dysfunction caused by the traumatic event and to restore the individual to a state of emotional well-being. Trauma can be caused by an overwhelmingly negative event that causes a lasting influence on the victim’s mental and emotional stability. While many sources of trauma are physically violent in nature, others are psychological. Trauma is often but not always associated with being present at the site of a trauma-inducing event. Young children are especially vulnerable to trauma and should be psychologically examined after a traumatic event has occurred to ensure their emotional well-being.    

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