What Are Trauma and Its Effects?

How do psychologists define trauma? What negative effects does trauma have on our mind and soul?

Peter Malinoski, Ph.D. is a Catholic psychologist committed to helping Catholics overcome the psychological barriers that separate us from love. Check out his weekly podcast Interior Integration for Catholics which is all about shoring up the natural foundation for the Catholic spiritual life, all about overcoming psychological obstacles to being loved and to loving God and neighbor.

He founded the online Resilient Catholics: Community for passionate, faithful Catholics who are committed to both human formation and spiritual growth to help each other rebuild our natural foundations and heal from our attachment wounds and harmful relational experiences that distort our God images and fuel our mistrust, fear, rage, and shame. Then we can come to trust that God and Mary love us, and so that we can love them back, love ourselves, and love our neighbors in security, peace, joy and resilience. The RC community is part of Souls and Hearts, which brings the best of psychological resources to Catholics through podcasts, shows, blogs, and courses.

Dr. Peter Malinoski
Dr. Peter Malinoskihttps://www.soulsandhearts.com/
Peter Malinoski, Ph.D., is president and co-founder of Souls and Hearts, a website that provide faithful Catholics with guided, customized programs designed to remove psychological obstacles to giving and receiving love from God and neighbor. His weekly podcast Coronavirus Crisis: Carpe Diem helps listeners take advantage of the possibilities and opportunities to grow psychologically and spiritually in these challenging times. He also co-hosts Be With the Word, a weekly show that draws psychological insights and actionable advice from the Sunday Mass readings. He has been a clinical psychologist for the past 19 years in private practice in Indianapolis, has been married for 23 years and is the father of seven.

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