Infographic: What is Trauma?

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"The truth, however, is that day-to-day police work includes enough stress and exposure to trauma for chiefs to be concerned about every officer’s mental wellness, whether or not you ever experience a mass casualty event.” Check out this infographic based on Amy Morgan's webinar, Mass Casualty and Response Resilience to understand more about trauma and how to recover from traumatic events.



What is Trauma Infographic


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