Tag Archives: covid19

How to Overcome Pandemic's CPTSD (Keynote Speech Covid-19 Global Summit)

Keynote speech to the Global Virtual Summit on COVID-19, August 2020 The pandemic of COVID-19 hit everyone simultaneously as a universal, inescapable external shock. Several elements in the progression of the pandemic rendered it traumatic: 1. The exponential inexorable contagion which fosters a feeling of impending doom (extreme stressor); 2. The extreme uncertainty regarding every… Read More »

Pronunciation of the word(s) "Post-traumatic Stress Disorder".

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PTSD of the Coronavirus Pandemic – How to Return to Life Without Extreme Fear

After nearly two months of quarantine are you fearful when you leave your house? Nervous about going to the grocery? Worried about a big rebound of illness once businesses start reopening and people head outside of their homes? Returning to normal life may seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. Bottom Line’s President &… Read More »

COVID 19 lockdown Effects,Empty Spain,Clean Rivers,Lakes,Ponds

Lockdown is the world’s biggest psychological experiment – and we will pay the price  What will the psychological impact be for 2.6 billion people under lockdown? Image: REUTERS/Francois Lenoir 09 Apr 2020 Dr Elke Van HoofProfessor, health psychology and primary care psychology, Vrije Universiteit Brussel With some 2.6 billion people around the world in some… Read More »

Spiritual Abuse, the Dallas Conference, and COVID-19 with Dr. Cyndi Matthews and Kathyrn Keller Ph.D

Session 20, Cult Recovery and Family Support NOT Cancelled Series Speakers from the upcoming Dallas event are featured. Register for the upcoming event here: https://www.spiritualabuseresources.c… Moderator: Ashlen Hilliard, Assistant to the Executive Director ICSA Kathryn Keller, Ph.D. is a Licensed Psychologist and Licensed Professional Counselor – Supervisor in Dallas, TX. She co-owns a group counseling… Read More »

Answering Your Questions About Montana/COVID-19 Trauma & PTSD

Chat with me about Montana weather, housing prices, and the impact coronavirus has had on us! (and the trauma it may have on all of us) LIKE, SUBSCRIBE, & SHARE!!!! Thanks for watching 🙂 more videos: HOW I REALLY FEEL ABOUT MOVING TO MONTANA: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTCTMMiD9zw MY QUARANTINE ROUTINE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kX3mmlDUh8&t=19s TO THE COVID-19 HEALTHCARE WORKERS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIM2xIt04WU&t=168s… Read More »

Life Begins at 60 – Terry Malchuk PTSD Tips Part 2

Episode Summary In this episode – Part 2 Robert and Ruth interview Terry Malchuk, a former member of Canada’s Armed Forces. Terry was diagnosed with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) many years after he left the army. In civilian life he suffered through all the typical issues associated with PTSD. irritability, anxiety, and even suicidal… Read More »

Mental health Post COVID19 : post-traumatic stress disorder CHAPTER 3

If you feel disjointed and pulled in many directions… TIPS TO EMBRACE WORKING FROM HOME Separate work from home life Organise your day, create a schedule Make real food breaks Meta-communication is important, think of the non-verbal cues and put the camera on Stay focused: notifications distract you, mute the notifications TIPS TO SUPPORT EMPLOYEES… Read More »

The Impact of COVID-19 on Veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress

Join Dr. David Shulkin as he leads a Town Hall with experts from Veterans Service Organizations and clinical leaders. This discussion will focus on how we can collaborate to help Veterans suffering from PTSD and other mental health issues during and after the pandemic. • Better understand the immediate and prolonged impact of social isolation… Read More »

EP 3: Understanding Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome An African American Experience (Part 2)

Join Kaii Marie as she discusses the second symptom of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Ever Present Anger. What causes ever present anger? Dr. DeGruy says, “much of the anger is a reaction to our hopes and dreams being continuously undermined by the institutions which govern us and racism that permeates American society.” Kaii Marie will… Read More »