How Your Brain Deals With Trauma

When you are faced with incoming information from the world around you, your brain has to quickly assess it for threats to your survival. If you have survived trauma, your brain uses the information it has stored about that trauma and quickly and unconsciously assesses the incoming information for resemblances. It takes a better safe than sorry approach. Sometimes harmless situations are deemed to be threats and we react defensively. Here is a video about the first stage in the brain's process of assessing for threat.

Video Footage: Neuropsychotherapist.com

If your brain continually assesses threats where there aren't any, and this is causing you problems, remember it is not your fault. Help is available at 780-439-8787.

Brian Welling, M.A, B.A.

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