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How Vicarious Trauma Manifests

Vicarious trauma can manifest physically, emotionally, and psychologically. Those experiencing vicarious trauma may feel confused, irritable, or have trouble sleeping.
Video Library – January 6, 2021
Bina Parekh, PhD
Associate Department Chair/Associate Professor,
The Chicago School of Professional Psychology
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Last modified: January 6, 2021

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