Dr. Paul Conti: Trauma – The Invisible Epidemic


Dr. Paul Conti

Dr. Paul Conti is a graduate of Stanford University School of Medicine. He completed his training at Stanford and at Harvard, where he served as Chief Resident. He then worked in private practice while serving on the medical faculty at Harvard.

Dr. Conti is a general psychiatrist who was named one of Oregon’s Top Psychiatrists in 2008. He incorporates a holistic view of each client or patient into his work and treats all aspects of both mental illness and the impact of life stressors. He’s also the author of Trauma: The Invisible Epidemic, a book that brings his valuable insights about how we can collectively heal from trauma’s effects to a larger audience.

We talk about…

  • How Dr. Conti was inspired to become a psychiatrist after his brother died by suicide
  • What we risk if we don’t look at the roots of trauma 
  • What trauma looks like and the dangers of trauma 
  • The role trauma plays in anger
  • What happens when we hide trauma 
  • How trauma impacts your emotion systems
  • What gives trauma its power 
  • How trauma can impact unborn children years down the road
  • Dr. Conti’s thoughts on the problems with trauma and health care
  • How trauma is driving trauma in our world 
  • Ways you can heal trauma 
  • What keeps people from getting the help they need 

More from Dr. Paul Conti…

Visit his website

Read his book, Trauma: The Invisible Epidemic


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