For a long time, psychiatry has widely held that early childhood trauma determines one’s mental health issues later in life. But what if that’s not entirely true? Some feel it’s important to reevaluate our beliefs about psychology. Prentiss Pemberton speaks to Dr. Michael Scheeringa, author of “The Trouble With Trauma: The Search To Discover How Beliefs Become Facts.”
HOST: Prentiss Pemberton
- Dr. Michael Scheeringa, Professor of Psychiatry, Tulane School of Medicine
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