Tag Archives: addiction

November 2007 Highlights

This audio program summarizes articles discussing chronic restlessness with antipsychotics; the relationship between childhood psychiatric disorders and crime by young adults; an Internet-based treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder; and OxyContin addiction.. Articles can be viewed online at www.ajp.psychiatryonline.org. Source: Youtube

Do You Need Spirituality to Heal from CPTSD?

During a break in taping my new course on dating and relationships, I recorded this story of a dark time in my life when I was working hard to heal. And then a miracle took me by surprise. You can learn more about the techniques I describe for healing brain dysregulation (and a broken heart)… Read More »

352 Attachment and Impact on Mental Health

CEUs are available for this presentation at AllCEUs. https://www.allceus.com/member/cart/index/product/id/958/c/ The following articles were referenced in this presentation. A full reference list is available in the course. Adult attachment inventory Genetic and environmental influences on adolescent attachment Attachment and Chronic Pain in Children and Adolescents Attachment Based Treatments for Adolescents: The Secure Cycle as a Framework… Read More »

Overcoming Depression: Mental Health, PTSD, substance abuse addiction, failed relationships

This video was hard to do but I felt the need to lead by example. I want to help anyone struggling with their mental health. I hope this video can help encourage someone who is silently suffering Source: Youtube

How Ibogaine Works and Why it’s Effective in Treating Addiction, PTSD and Depression

Ibogaine is one of the most effective treatment option in the world for treating addiction, PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, and Trauma. It is also the most least used and known in Western Medicine. Learn how this amazing substance from a plant naturally grown in Africa is taking the world by storm and making the drug rehabilitation… Read More »

How Treatment at Bellwood Helped a Veteran Manage His PTSD

A veteran’s wife describes her husband’s crippling PTSD and how the treatment program at EHN’s Bellwood facility gave him the tools to get back to a normal life. If you, or someone you love, is struggling with PTSD, please call EHN Canada at 1-800-683-0111 for more information. You can call any of our facilities directly… Read More »

C-PTSD: Self Compassion

If you would like to take advantage of the DeMars Coaching service, please visit https://www.daviddemars.com/ Thank you for watching and please vote for this video with a thumbs up or down. Please share this video with someone else and on social media, forums, groups, and try putting it in a playlist. Please subscribe if you… Read More »

Heather Part 3: Searching For Validation

Heather had ambitions of becoming a doctor. However, too much alcohol caused her to redirect her goals towards becoming a paramedic. After several years as a paramedic, Heather became a firefighter where she handled many horrific calls. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder crept up on Heather. With the Fire Departments being generally a heavy drinking “boys… Read More »

Heather Part 7: Making Some Changes

Heather had ambitions of becoming a doctor. However, too much alcohol caused her to redirect her goals towards becoming a paramedic. After several years as a paramedic, Heather became a firefighter where she handled many horrific calls. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder crept up on Heather. With the Fire Departments being generally a heavy drinking “boys… Read More »

Heather Part 2: Feeling The Pain

Heather had ambitions of becoming a doctor. However, too much alcohol caused her to redirect her goals towards becoming a paramedic. After several years as a paramedic, Heather became a firefighter where she handled many horrific calls. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder crept up on Heather. With the Fire Departments being generally a heavy drinking “boys… Read More »

Heather Part 4: Doing Cocaine At Work

Heather had ambitions of becoming a doctor. However, too much alcohol caused her to redirect her goals towards becoming a paramedic. After several years as a paramedic, Heather became a firefighter where she handled many horrific calls. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder crept up on Heather. With the Fire Departments being generally a heavy drinking “boys… Read More »

Heather Part 1: Fighting Fires With Cocaine And Alcohol

Heather had ambitions of becoming a doctor. However, too much alcohol caused her to redirect her goals towards becoming a paramedic. After several years as a paramedic, Heather became a firefighter where she handled many horrific calls. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder crept up on Heather. With the Fire Departments being generally a heavy drinking “boys… Read More »