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How the body remembers trauma

Type: Tape

Title: How the body remembers trauma

Presenter: Rothschild, Babette

Year: June, 2002
Occassion of film/tape: Convergence & Emergence : 3rd National USABP Conference: Workshop
Location of film/tape: Johns Hopkins University: Baltimore MA

Running time / reel: / 1 tape
Format: Audiotape cassette


Memory is comprised of the encoding, storage, and retrieval of information gathered via the nervous system. Post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) appears to be a disorder of memory gone awry, traumatic events continuing to intrude on the present rather than resting in the past with the balance of life's events. theory and exercises inform participants on how the brain and body communicate to form normal and traumatic memories.


Author's institution: EABP, USABP
Contact: www.conferencerecording.com
Country origin: USA

Entry number: 1984
English version:

Entry source: Courtenay Young
Entered by: Courtenay Young
Entry date: 12 June 2002

Key Phrases: Trauma - PTSD - Memory - Brain
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