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trau·ma·tize

 (trô′mə-tīz′, trou′-)
tr.v. trau·ma·tized, trau·ma·tiz·ing, trau·ma·tiz·es
1. To wound or injure (a tissue), as in a surgical operation.
2. To subject to psychological trauma.

traumatized

(ˈtrɔːməˌtaɪzd) or

traumatised

adj
emotionally or psychologically distressed or upset, esp lastingly
Translations

traumatized

[ˈtrɔːmətaɪzd] traumatised (British) adjtraumatisé(e)

traumatized

a. traumatizado.
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Bradley, a psychotherapist who works with vulnerable children and young people and a consultant and trainer for organizations in residential care and fostering and adoption agencies in the UK, and Kinchington, a professor of education and health in the UK, outline theories of therapeutic work and practice with traumatized children and young people through an attachment-informed model for treatment and assessment of their emotional needs.
Thousands of displaced children traumatized by the armed conflict in Marawi City received toys, books and recreational materials on Tuesday to help in their psycho-social treatment.
This study focused on the periodontal health of traumatized teeth of young boys from schools in Lahore (n=449).
Students who've been traumatized during their childhood can come to school with a profound mistrust of adults because they've never formed healthy attachments.
FEF official further said that the aim of psycho social support skills and live based skill trainings is to train private schools teachers for taking traumatized children out of mental disorder.
One clinic with extensive experience in managing traumatized refugees recommends a medical approach combining psychoactive medications, long-term psychotherapy, and screening and treatment for associated health issues, according to a paper in the Journal of Psychiatric Practice, published by Wolters Kluwer.
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The federal government is giving $275,000 to veterans' organizations for a study on the effects of horses on the rehabilitation of traumatized veterans.
Advocates and mental health experts say many children who have been severely traumatized by alcoholic parents, homelessness or abuse, often act out, skip school or seem unmotivated because they are stressed or frightened.
Cayetano said that judging from the situation, he understands both have been traumatized by the magnitude and extent of the devastation wrought by the super typhoon.
As well as reaching out to the target audience of traumatized pre-teens, "In My Corner on the Moon" can help children experiencing high conflict divorce or separation, children who have parents with personality disorders, children who show symptoms of ADHD, and children who are in foster care or have experienced changes in adoption.