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The good news is that the possibility of recovery from trauma is high, and according to Seligman and Tedeschi, the likelihood of post-traumatic growth after highly stressful episodes is greater in most than the potential for PTSD.

Social interactions are a critical part of the recovery process, and interactions with non-clinicians (family, friends, colleagues) can have significant positive influence. Remember, find out what your staff and team need. Don’t make assumptions, remember how different we all are.

M Seligman (2011), Flourish: A New Understanding of Happiness and Well-Being Nicholas Brealey Publishing

RG Tedeschi RG, LG Calhoun (2004), Post Traumatic Growth,  Journal  of Psychological Inquiry