Summary: “It is important to emphasize that in every victim of trauma there is a desire for vitality and healing. Consciously and unconsciously, the injured psyche tries to understand what has happened, to mitigate the destructiveness, and to reintegrate it into one’s own identity.”
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Speakers: Rebecca Dyson-Smith & Soliman Lawrence
Translation: Soliman Lawrence
Written and produced by Dr. Cécile Loetz & Dr. Jakob Johann Müller
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