Understanding and Overcoming the Psychological Effects of Trauma (video)
October 28, 2011 1 Comment
This video compares the psychological effects produced by witnessing two very different traumatising and shocking events.
- a TV prank show in which a woman arrives home to discover a shocking scenario: a large meteorite which has landed in her back garden.
- a large terrorist attack (9/11 and 7/7)
The fact that the TV show is a light entertainment program is not meant to make light of, or mock, the horrific events of 9/11 or 7/7 or the subsequent wars of ‘terror’ and occupation.
Although terrorism and TV prank shows are (obviously!) very different, they can produce many of the same psychological effects, as this video clearly demonstrates.
Unless we understand the psychological aspects of terrorism we won’t ever be able to make any sense of these events (which can actually add to their traumatic effect).
In other words, to understand the psychology of events like 9/11 is to understand the events themselves.
To watch the complete video of psychologists discussing 9/11 and trauma click here.
The official story of 9/11 (in under 5 minutes) is explained here.