Tag Archives: complex trauma

NARM in Relation to Other Models for Developmental Trauma

The NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) is a therapeutic approach for addressing the long-term effects of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and offers a promising approach for resolving Complex Trauma (C-PTSD). Complex Trauma emerges out of unresolved attachment, relational and developmental trauma. This leads to the disruption of neurobiological pathways that create psychological, behavioral and physical symptoms,… Read More »

How to Identify Defensiveness

Defensiveness develops in our childhood so much so that as adults we don’t know we’re defensive unless someone else points it out. Why does it happen and how can we unpack it for our internal health and better relationships? More Information:https://lindameredith.org/ Defensiveness Information Sheets:https://www.pinterest.com.au/lindameredithorg/how-to-complex-ptsd/ Source: Youtube

CPTSD & AVOIDANCE: Do You Struggle in GROUPS? (Resilience Series)

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What is C-PTSD? | Causes and symptoms| Mental Health Over Coffee

We have all heard of PTSD but what is C-PTSD? Today I will be talking about what complex trauma is, what it’s caused by and the symptoms. but first… if you are new to my channel thanks for joining me! don’t forget to subscribe and make sure your notifications are turned on I make videos… Read More »

CPTSD: "You're so healthy!"

Part of the frustration of having an invisible health condition is that people see all our healthy habits and assume it means we’re healthy, when it really only shows that we’re attempting to be healthy. Does anyone ever tell you “you’re so healthy”? Are there other ways people misunderstand your CPTSD? Have a good rant… Read More »

How to Identify Safe People

After coming through childhood where we learnt simply how to survive with unsafe people, we need to be able to identify safe people to begin to break free and have healthy relationships. More information: www.lindameredith.org Source: Youtube