resenting stories from Palestine, France, and Quebec, this program follows therapists working to treat diverse yet often comparable trauma cases—from children abused by family members to a survivor of the Rwandan genocide.
Using an unprecedented multidisciplinary approach, Zahava Solomon seeks to find innovative and creative perspectives to create solutions which might inform future policies worldwide and diminish the devastating impact of trauma on our planet.
The six real-life catastrophes reconstructed for this heart-stopping series includes the last minutes of the fatal United Aitlines crash over Iowa in 1989; the Piper Alpha oil rig disaster; and the tragic story of the Soviet nuclear submarine that struggled to save the world from nuclear disaster.
Episodes included in this series examine the Channel Tunnel Fire, the Challenger space shuttle explosion in 1986 and the ValuJet DC-9 that plunged into the Florida Everglades in 1996, the sinking of the 26,000-ton bulk carrier Christinaki in 1994, and the inquiry into the Bristol Royal Infirmary doctors in 1998.
Thousands of people suffer from post-traumatic stress in Britain. Many cases result from disasters like Lockerbie or Hillsborough, or the Gulf or Falklands War. In this BBC documentary, survivors share their stories.
This tutorial on trauma intervention and treatment looks at how we approach trauma today, treatment practices, compassion fatique, and the role spirituality plays in how we approach traumatic experiences.