Tag Archives: CBT

Understanding PTSD (Part 3): A Fictional Example of the Model.

Example features an escaped animal attack (intended as a rare occurrence to minimise number of people who may be triggered). Model featured is Ehlers and Clark’s (2000) Cognitive Behavioural Model of PTSD. Video is intended for educational purposes and cannot replace medical or psychological consultation. Please use with caution. Source: Youtube


Hey Guys, Thank you for clicking on my video, I have always suffered from anxiety but always managed it but due to unfortunate circumstance, I was back to where it began. BTW my brother is doing amazing alhamdulilah x I hope this video helps, do let me know if you want me to explain it… Read More »

Frontline Workers: Trauma & PTSD – Anxiety Canada Town Hall

If you, or someone you know, is a frontline worker or first responder, join us to learn how to manage trauma, grief, and loss. Have questions? Ask our experts in the live chat. Our featured guests include: Mark Antczak (Host), Anxiety Canada’s very own in-house Health Educator and Clinical Counselor Dr. Katy Kamkar, Clinical Psychologist at the Centre for Addiction and… Read More »

Logan PTSD

Logan the face of PTSD and emotional trauma. Something men face in their own daily battles with life. Exploring the similarities and examples of men’s mental health linking to Logan aka Wolverine. PTSD how it appears and the hopelessness of the trauma without help. Logan is at the mercy of his PTSD Exploring what PTSD… Read More »

Physical symptoms due to unresolved trauma…are they related?.. with Sarah Griffiths, episode 15.

Much of the information in this session is taken from my book…. Special online digital copy price of $5.00USD http://bit.ly/Sallyg-bookoffer Contact me at enquiries@sallyg.com or on +61 434 075459 or book a FREE 30 minute intro with me at http://bit.ly/Sallyg30minintro In all of my videos I aim to give value and show you how as… Read More »

Be aware of what you think you deserve and the motivations of others! – with Sarah Griffiths

Be aware of what you think you deserve and the motivations of others! Both of those are holding you back! I just did this live as a guest expert in another group and it is the content I would have shared with you so, I thought I might as well post this for you. Your… Read More »

Moods vs emotions, bipolar disorder, anxiety, PTSD

My name is Xanthe Wyse and I have been making videos sharing some of my experiences and insights mainly to do with mental health. I observe many people confuse moods and emotions. I have been diagnosed with a mood disorder called bipolar disorder. It is not primarily an emotional dysregulation disorder (which could be part… Read More »

New DSM-V Criteria for PTSD

Dr. Sandy Capaldi discusses the newly unveiled DSM-V diagnostic criteria for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in a lecture at the CTSA! Sandy Capaldi, Psy.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist at the Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety. For more information about our Center, look us up at http://www.med.upenn.edu/ctsa/index.html or visit us at our Facebook… Read More »