When people are traumatized, they sometimes have reactions that seem strange and frightening to them.
Some of those reactions may be forgetting what's bothering them, yet feeling very anxious and not knowing why. Remembering a painful event and feeling numb, sometimes feeling like they are not in their body, or they are looking at the world through a fog. In this session Mark Dworkin, LCSW discusses these different reactions which we call dissociation and gives strategies for how to overcome and recover.
Running time is 27 minutes and 39 seconds.
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