Every Day Trauma and Invisible Walls: ‘At Home in the Dark’
Most people think that trauma is caused by a single event. However, people can become traumatized by their circumstances.
This video examines social exclusion and the daily trauma of poverty and addiction. It features Dimitri Mugianis and Brian Murphy. Mugianis and Murphy explain how certain communities, such as people in poverty or those who suffer from addiction, are more vulnerable to trauma than other communities.
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