Podcast > MHPN Presents Trauma and Resilience > Treating Trauma: Pharmacological and Emerging Treatments

An exploration of pharmacological and emerging alternative treatments as second line options for managing and treating trauma.

Following on from the previous episode’s exploration of psychological treatments for trauma, this episode explores the role that pharmacological and emerging alternative treatments have as second lines of treatment in the prevention and management of PTSD and related conditions.

Our host Professor Mark Creamer is joined by two international researchers, Professor Neil Greenberg (UK) and Professor Meaghan O’Donnell (AUS), who together examine the evidence behind and efficacy of medications such as SSRIs and anti-psychotics. We also learn about the research around emerging evidence-based second-line options, including MDMA, mindfulness, yoga and meditation; and the ways these options affect the efficacy of trauma-focussed psychological treatments. 

Hosts and guests: Professor Mark Creamer, Professor Neil Greenberg (UK), Professor Meaghan O’Donnell (AUS)

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