Tag Archives: childhood abuse

RTM Reconsolidation Of Traumatic Memories: What Clinicians Say

In this video we interview a group of South Florida based clinicians who were recently trained in the RTM (Reconsolidation of Traumatic Memories) Protocol to hear what they had to say about it’s effectiveness and how they plan on using it in there practice. Life After PTSD is in no way affiliated or endorsed by… Read More »

Journal Entry: Post-traumatic stress disorder. Titled: "Shell shock" by Emily A. Cox

Researcher, Educator, Relationship Expert, Lyme/FIbromyalgia Coach, Consultant, Author, Speaker Emily A. Cox mission is to create financial and educational opportunity for those who aspire to lead better lives. Follow Emily: http://www.facebook.com/emilyannecox Website: http://www.emilyacox.com Emily’s is in the process of publishing 3 books: First: Learning to recognize the masks that we wear that alienate us from… Read More »

what is it like to have a flashback | DID / OSDD / PTSD

Trigger Warning – no specific incidents or details of abuse recorded – but the trigger warning is more for listening to my distress and the process of having a flashback……. In this video I try to answer someones question about what it is like to have a flashback. I answered the question by filming in… Read More »

the psyche ptsd nightmares and symbols | DID / OSDD

TRIGGER WARNING – Dee mentions her nightmares in this video which may be triggering for survivors of SRA, mind control and MK ultra – themes included dismembered body parts, mutilated body parts and sexual abuse to give an example of what these nightmares were symbolic of for her. This video talks about how our psyche… Read More »

I can't stop beating up on myself!!

Have you ever felt like you can’t stop beating up on yourself? You just so focused on all the tiniest things that could be *wrong* about you and can’t seem to find anything good about yourself… Growing up in an abusive or dysfunctional environment can leave us with a toxic inner critic To register for… Read More »

CPTSD, PTSD, Childhood PTSD and ACEs: What's the Difference?

Official diagnosis with Complex PTSD is a “hypothetical and experimental diagnosis” that for now, is lumped in with standard PTSD. But what’s the difference? And (as many of you have asked) why do I keep referring to the effects of abuse and neglect in childhood as “Childhood PTSD?” Is that real? In this video I… Read More »

For CPTSD, Movement Helps Re-Regulate a Dysregulated Brain

Learn one of the primary ways people have been re-regulating PTSD symptoms for millennia — through movement. In this video I describe two kinds of exercise that work powerfully to heal symptoms of Complex PTSD and and childhood trauma. These movements help re-regulate the brain, nervous system and emotions. You may already be using them.… Read More »

To Heal from Childhood Abuse & Neglect, Talk LESS, Write MORE

For a lot of people with Childhood PTSD, TALKING about traumatic memories can make symptoms worse — worse than if we were to do nothing at all. Yet talking about the past is the default mode of therapy for virtually everyone who is depressed, anxious or troubled about the past. It’s true that talking can… Read More »

Interview with Jason Lee

Jason Lee is an author based out of Coquitlam BC. He’s also a mental health advocate and speaker at events across Canada. His book Living with the Dragon, Healing 15 000 Days of Abuse and Shame has received praise from counselors and comes highly recommended as a resource particularly for men in recovery from depression,… Read More »

EPISODE 15 | I HAVE C-PTSD

Happy New Year Friends! It’s 2019. My Year of Healing. For those who do not know, I have been recently diagnosed with Complex PTSD from Child Hood trauma. I want to share with you guys about it and to help those out there who suffer from abuse. You are not alone. I am with you… Read More »