One aspect of moral psychology might be thought of as the synthesis of moral philosophy and clinical psychology. There are numerous ways in which these two fields intersect, but perhaps none are more relevant to the trauma therapist than moral injuries. We believe that moral emotions, like shame and guilt, often form the foundation of chronic traumatic distress.
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