41 min

Rachel Margolis: Maintaining Faith Through Trauma (Part 1‪)‬ Recovery Replay

    • Mental Health

The negative emotional response following a singular traumatic event is known as acute trauma. In contrast, chronic trauma occurs as the result of repeated harmful events over long periods, and the impact can be even more devastating. For Rachel Margolis, navigating the latter largely shaped who she is today, testing her emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.
Special thanks to Rachel Margolis and her husband, Grayson.
Also, special thanks to Breanna Mylius, clinical director at our flagship program here at Meadows Behavioral Healthcare. Find out more about her work at www.themeadows.com. Also special thank you to Chaplain Kevin Berkes, Director of Spiritual Services here at Meadows Behavioral Healthcare.   
If you would like to share your recovery story, go to RecoveryReplay.com.



 

The negative emotional response following a singular traumatic event is known as acute trauma. In contrast, chronic trauma occurs as the result of repeated harmful events over long periods, and the impact can be even more devastating. For Rachel Margolis, navigating the latter largely shaped who she is today, testing her emotionally, mentally, and spiritually.
Special thanks to Rachel Margolis and her husband, Grayson.
Also, special thanks to Breanna Mylius, clinical director at our flagship program here at Meadows Behavioral Healthcare. Find out more about her work at www.themeadows.com. Also special thank you to Chaplain Kevin Berkes, Director of Spiritual Services here at Meadows Behavioral Healthcare.   
If you would like to share your recovery story, go to RecoveryReplay.com.



 

41 min