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What is PTG?

Along with growth or wisdom-building, the fruits of PTG may also include a preparedness or “resilience” for future events that may otherwise be traumatic. Find out more →

Fruits of PTG

Nurturing the fruits of growth from any difficult experience requires food and in this blog that growth is nourished through personal stories, Op-Eds, and articles. The PTG Blog →


Resources & Links

A collection of helpful resources and links from reputable sources on the topic of posttraumatic growth.
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More From The Post Traumatic Growth Blog

Leadership Spotlight: Dr Melinda Moore

The following is from article written by the EKU Update, highlighting Dr. Melinda Moore, and some of her work at Eastern Kentucky University. Click Here to read the full article.

Dr. Melinda Moore, Assistant Professor/Licensed Psychologist, Department of Psychology, is featured in this ongoing series designed to allow EKU leaders and others in

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How Trauma Can Help You Grow

The Following Article, written by Kristine Crane, published in U.S. News and World Report, tells the story of a strong woman who experiences post-traumatic growth and gives some insight on the process as a whole. How Trauma Can Help You Grow.

How Trauma Can Help You Grow
Look inward, and you’ll find the strength to

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