A conversation with psychologist Ken Falke, who uses the concept of post-traumatic growth—which emphasizes that there can be positive consequences to trauma and suffering—to help combat veteran suicide and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Across the country, there are hundreds of instances where children are removed from the custody of a parent who has suffered from domestic abuse at the hands of a partner.
A new study finds that African-American men who are victims of a violent injury often pull away from their emotional support networks as a result, making recovery that much more difficult.
There's a good chance Hurricane Harvey will leave behind higher rates of PTSD, and an increase in problem drinking.
An early look at a Pacific Standard story that's currently only available to subscribers.
What happens to children and teenagers exposed to violence in their own neighborhoods.
Marines who took an eight-week course in the basics of mindfulness recovered from stress faster following an intense training session that replicated battlefield conditions.
By helping others, Michael "Doc" Piper has finally found a way to cope with his anger, nightmares, and flashbacks.
The lust to kill is somewhat normal, and cruelty can have some benefits. But the researchers who are exploring those sad discoveries are also working to bust up the vicious circle that offers these insights.