The Neurobiology and Phenotypes of Trauma And It’s Implications for Clinical Practice

Posted on: May 30, 2024
Last Updated: May 30, 2024

In this video, we unravel the intricate world of PTSD phenotypes, exploring the neurobiology of trauma and its implications for clinical practice. Discover the key brain centers involved, from the threat-focused amygdala to the emotional hub of the anterior cingulate cortex. Learn how individualized treatment plans can be crafted based on the recognition of different phenotypes. Are you ready to delve into the complexities of PTSD?

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