How to survive to a post-traumatic stress ? | Jean-Paul Mari | TEDxCannes



In French with subtitles
Titre : “Comment survivre au trauma ?”

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Among the American servicemen committed in Vietnam, there were twice more deaths after the war than in the fight. Why? What’s going on? What do we call PTSD – Post traumatic stress disorder? About what is it about and how do we get out of it? Jean-Paul Mari speaks to us about this subject which still remains quite taboo through its personal and professional experience of International correspondent on most of the grounds of conflicts of these last years.
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Parmi les militaires américains engagés au Vietnam, il y a eu 2 fois plus de morts après la guerre qu’au combat. Pourquoi ? Qu’est-ce qui se passe ? Qu’appelle t-on le trouble de stress post-traumatique ? De quoi s’agit-il et comment s’en sort-on ? Jean-Paul Mari nous parle de ce sujet qui reste encore assez tabou à travers son expérience personnelle et professionnelle de Grand Reporter sur la plupart des terrains de conflits de ces dernières années.

BIO
Journalist and International correspondent, psychologist and physiotherapist, Jean-Paul Mari published several hundred reports abroad and several works. He realized a documentary ” Iraq, when the soldiers die ” and a movie ” Without Visible Wounds ” pulled by his book of the same name. He received very numerous prizes. He is the creator and the manager of grands-reporters.com website and has just published a novel, ” Antoine’s temptation ” (Éd Robert Laffont).
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Journaliste grand-reporter, psychologue et kinésithérapeute, Jean-Paul Mari a publié plusieurs centaines de reportages à l’étranger et plusieurs ouvrages. Il a réalisé un documentaire « Irak, quand les soldats meurent » et un film “Sans Blessures Apparentes” tiré de son livre du même nom. Il a reçu de très nombreux prix. Il est le créateur et l’animateur du site grands-reporters.com et vient de publier un roman, “La tentation d’Antoine” (Éd Robert Laffont).

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