We can work on Biopsychosocial Reactions to Disasters

In a review of our course materials, we are introduced to several excellent theories aiding our understanding of the survivors experience in coping after disaster events. The complex nature of disasters results in reactions manifested in many ways including psychological, biological, and social. The architect of modern-day positive psychology, Dr. Martin Seligman, speaks to theRead more about We can work on Biopsychosocial Reactions to Disasters[…]

We can work on Bio reactions

Bioreactions (i.e., fight, flight, freeze, or appease) include quick responses to stimuli or threats that are dangerous and fearful experiences, many of which are caused by social interactions. Bioreactions help the brain reinforce certain pathways. This is one way to learn. Some pathways then associate that past reaction with similar events. The fear response mayRead more about We can work on Bio reactions[…]