Tag Archives: complex ptsd

MENTAL HEALTH MONDAY: Stuck Points – what are they and how to beat them.

#ptsd #warstories #vlog Hello! Thanks for watching! Much love and respect. I am a 13 year veteran of the Canadian Army. I served on 4 tours of duty; between Bosnia and Afghanistan. I was also a police officer. All of this has left me with extreme PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder). My goal here is… Read More »

CPTSD & Relationships: Who Causes the Damage? Who Can Heal It? (Excerpt from My New Dating Course)

Childhood PTSD can have a devastating effect on our entire lives — especially in our romantic partnerships. It can feel hopeless, but the great news is, when we focus on the part of our problem where we played a role, we CAN change. In this short excerpt from my new online course, “Dating and Relationships… Read More »

CPTSD: Four Discoveries That Are Revolutionizing Treatment

Now that we know adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can cause neurological changes, the old, mostly psychological approaches to treating CPTSD are making way for newer, brain-based treatments that hold promise for millions of survivors. In this video I talk about four discoveries that transformed our old understanding of the problem. I describe more effective strategies… Read More »

Healing Trauma Complex PTSD

Book A Session Here: https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=13053144 Find Me On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lettinggotechniques/ Email me any questions you may have peneloperyder@outlook.com Complex PTSD Book By Pete Walker https://www.amazon.com/Complex-PTSD-Surviving-RECOVERING-CHILDHOOD/dp/1492871842 Complex PTSD millions and millions suffer from childhood trauma and in discussing the issue we begin to heal it. When we lack education in what it is we can not… Read More »

PTSD and KETAMINE | EFFECTIVE?

PTSD or post traumatic stress disorder is plaguing a large number of humans. I recently watched a few episodes on YouTube about using ketamine to treat post traumatic stress but I saw them lacking a certain perspective. Because I have experience in this area of life, I am adding to the conversation. I have experienced… Read More »

Complex Ptsd: Managing Migraines

Grab a cuppa and let’s take a look at a variety of factors that contribute to migraines and what we can begin to do to break free from the cycle. FB Complex Trauma Recovery Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/complextptsd/ More information: https://lindameredith.org/ Source: Youtube

Welcome to the Crappy Childhood Fairy Channel!

Hi community, here’s a brand new intro video — My name is Anna (also known as the Crappy Childhood Fairy), and I help people recognize and heal the symptoms of Childhood PTSD. This short intro video tells you what my work is about. You can learn more on my blog: https://crappychildhoodfairy.com You may be interested… Read More »

The 3 Stages of Trauma Recovery

The 3 stages of recovery according to Judith Herman in her book, Trauma and Recovery. My Blog ♥ http://cptsdwarrior.com My SOCIAL ♥Instagram♥ https://www.instagram.com/pokingholes_cptsdwarrior/♥FACEBOOK♥ http://www.facebook.com/Poking-Holes-1675396336061298/ ♥TWITTER♥ http://twitter.com/poking_holes ♥TUMBLR♥ http://poking-holes.tumblr.com/ ♥Email♥ pokingholeschannel@gmail.com Disclaimer: I am not a mental health professional nor am I an academic expert on Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) or complex post traumatic stress disorder… Read More »

What are the first steps to healing from C-PTSD?

In this video, I discuss the first stage in healing trauma. That is establishing physical and emotional safety. I talk about how childhood trauma can lead to many adverse behaviors. How those behaviors can be addressed. I talk about the need to find a positive therapist. About finding a safe place to begin doing the… Read More »

CPTSD: How to Feel SAFE

When CPTSD is active and our brains/emotions are dysregulated, we can be easily triggered by things that upset us, including things people say or do (or don’t do), things that are shocking, or just everyday stressors. Getting triggered can cost us hours and days of disruption, so the search for a “safe space” can be… Read More »