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​​The Role of Resilience

Psychological factors predicting outcome after traumatic injury: the role of resilience

Increasingly, studies have examined the psychological impact on individuals who survive a traumatic physical injury. The primary aim of this study was to determine the stability of resilience and its association with depressive symptoms. 

Source: by Dr. Ann Marie Warren 1/31/2014


Forgotten Victims of PTSD

This summer, The New York Times shed light on a dark topic – that of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) that originates in the Intensive Care Unit. In the July 2013 piece, “Nightmares after the ICU,” the reporter shared horrifying stories of patients who developed PTSD after receiving treatment in the ICU.


Bullying And Suicide

Bullying and Suicide: Know the Warning Signs

The recent suicide of 12-year-old Rebecca Sedwick, allegedly as a result of constant tormenting by two girls, ages 12 and 14, has brought to light the very real and very serious issue of bullying in the lives of today’s children and […]

Source: by Dr. Ann Marie Warren


Safety at The State Fair of Texas

How to Have a Safe Trip at the Texas State Fair 

The gates of the historic Fair Park will be open from Sept. 27th to Oct. 20th, allowing for 24 days of fun-filled fair activities for the whole family. From fried foods to fair games to fun rides galore this place has it […]



Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Effect

PTSD: The Effect on The Navy Yard Gunman and The Public

According to an article on CNN, the person believed to be responsible for the shooting reportedly had post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD. So what is PTSD? The American Psychiatric Association describes PTSD as a disorder in […]

Source: by Dr. Ann Marie Warren


Suicide: With Help Comes Hope

Suicide affects everyone, but some groups are at a higher risk than others. Several factors can put a person at risk for attempting or committing suicide.


Domestic Violence Warning Signs

The Hidden Warning Signs of Domestic Violence

At the Level 1 Trauma Center at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas, we see injuries that occur for a variety of reasons, including motor vehicle collisions, falls, and violence. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), intimate partner […]

Source: by Dr. Ann Marie Warren


Fort Hood PTSD

Once again Fort Hood is in the news for another tragic event, a shooting at the U.S. military base has the world stunned and saddened. There are a variety of psychological reactions to surviving or witnessing a traumatic event.


Nightmares After Intensive Care

One intensive care unit patient recalled seeing waves of the open ocean and sensing that someone was underneath her bed at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas.


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