How mental health problems develop | UK Trauma Council

How mental health problems develop | UK Trauma Council

Professor Eamon McCrory explains what scientists have learned about how mental health problems develop overtime. For professionals and carers working with children.

This video is a part of the Childhood Trauma and the Brain resource — a general introduction to what happens in the brain after children face traumatic experiences, like abuse and neglect. Learn more about the science and how to apply it to practice on the UK Trauma Council website: https://uktraumacouncil.org/resources/childhood-trauma-and-the-brain

About the UK Trauma Council:
The UK Trauma Council (UKTC) is a group of leading experts, drawn from a variety of disciples across all four nations of the United Kingdom (UK). We are the first UK-wide platform bringing together expertise in research, practice, policy and lived experience in the field of childhood trauma. The UK Trauma Council is hosted and supported by the Anna Freud Centre.

https://uktraumacouncil.org/

This video was generously funded by the Economic Social Research Council.

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