By U.C. Berkeley

The term “trauma” can mean different things, depending on the context. Semantically,
trauma refers to an experience or event; nevertheless, people use the term
interchangeably to refer to either a traumatic experience or event, the resulting injury or
stress, or the longer-term impacts and consequences (Briere & Scott, 2006)

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