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The Anxiety Series: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Did you go through a traumatic event? Do you have flashbacks? Nightmares? Feel like you are reliving the trauma? Do you have things that trigger your anxiety? In this video, we discuss Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. . . Check out my social media! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/witbeckwisdom Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/witbeckwisdom YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/lizzle4shizzle47 . . If you enjoyed this… Read More »

Acute Stress Disorder | Mood Disorders

Watch more Mood and Personality Disorders videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/498564-Acute-Stress-Disorder-Mood-Disorders Acute Stress Disorder, is an anxiety disorder that’s closely related to PTSD, or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and it’s basically an issue of timing. So, if there’s a traumatic event, and an individual develops symptoms within the first month of that event having taken place, and it… Read More »

Why Eating Disorders Often Co-Occur with Other Illnesses

Did you know 2/3 of the patients that come in for treatment at Eating Recovery Center have symptoms or a diagnosis of anxiety or depression? Lisa Petersen of California Eating Recovery Center explains how ERC treats all forms of mental illness that may co-occur with an eating disorder including obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), generalized anxiety… Read More »

Anxiety and PTSD Treatment at ERC’s Insight Behavior Health Centers

“We ask our patients who come to our Mood and Anxiety Program, “What has been beneficial for you, what do you feel like you’ve taken away?” One of the things that we hear time and time again is that on top of the skills and the mindfulness, they feel a connection coming to a place… Read More »

WHAT ARE ANXIETY DISORDERS? – Mental health psychology about stress, fear & treatment by Kati Morton

Pre-order My New Book Today! ARE YOU OK? http://bit.ly/2s0mULy Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illnesses, affecting 19 million children and adults in the U.S., reports the Anxiety Disorders Association of America (ADAA). ADAA also reports that the ailment consumes almost a third of the total $148 billion total mental health bill for the… Read More »

Social Anxiety and Depression | ConsultingPhilosopher.com/Help

Social Anxiety and Depression | ConsultingPhilosopher.com/Help The cure for both anxiety and depression is the same! Are you depressed? Are you anxious? If so, there’s good news. Both have the same cure. Since depression is about the past and anxiety is about the future their cure is to live in the present. Consulting Philosopher, depression,… Read More »

Anxiety and Depression | ConsultingPhilosopher.com/Help

Anxiety and Depression | ConsultingPhilosopher.com/Help The cure for both anxiety and depression is the same! Are you depressed? Are you anxious? If so, there’s good news. Both have the same cure. Since depression is about the past and anxiety is about the future their cure is to live in the present. Consulting Philosopher, depression, bipolar… Read More »

Depression | ConsultingPhilosopher.com/Help

Depression | ConsultingPhilosopher.com/Help The cure for both anxiety and depression is the same! Are you depressed? Are you anxious? If so, there’s good news. Both have the same cure. Since depression is about the past and anxiety is about the future their cure is to live in the present. Consulting Philosopher, depression, bipolar disorder, bipolar,… Read More »

Anxiety and Postpartum Depression | ConsultingPhilosopher.com/Help

Anxiety and Postpartum Depression | ConsultingPhilosopher.com/Help The cure for both anxiety and depression is the same! Are you depressed? Are you anxious? If so, there’s good news. Both have the same cure. Since depression is about the past and anxiety is about the future their cure is to live in the present. Consulting Philosopher, depression,… Read More »

Is PTSD A Memory Disorder?

Today I’m joined by Kati Morton to talk about PTSD! Although traditionally classified as an anxiety disorder, there is increasing evidence for PTSD being a memory disorder. If people with certain neurobiological factors are more predisposed to develop post traumatic stress disorder following a traumatic event, there exists the possibility of exploring new avenues for… Read More »

Can PTSD cause sufferers to break from reality? What is a dissociative state?

In this webcast, Dr. Frank Ochberg helps trauma survivors understand the term dissociation. Dissociation can be thought of as a defense against panic and terror. Instead of having acute awareness of the surrounding danger, instead of having accurate recollection of a devastating event, one has a hypnotic reverie, like being drugged. Source: Youtube