The Psychic Injuries of Great War
After the Armistice of 11 November 1918, France honoured its dead and celebrated the survivors. The victims of physical injuries, including the ‘broken gargoyles’ who had suffered terrible facial disfigurement, were recognised, given medical treatment and pensions — but what happened to those who had suffered mental trauma?
An essential anthology to understand what triggers collective panic
Psychological Trauma: Sixteen Lessons
An essential book to understand and overcome trauma
Louis Crocq, Sophie Huberson, Benoît Vraie
In the existence of any group, business or nation, a crisis is a serious, uncommon event that suddenly imposes an emergency situation and the management of the vital issues at stake.