Tag Archives: post-traumatic stress disorder treatment

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Details

People are easy to get stress for what they have done in their daily activities. There are many illnesses which are starting from the stress. There is one illness which comes from a mind which people called with mental disorder. The illness attacks the mental health. It is called post traumatic stress disorder. It is… Read More »

8 Facts About Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (Facts You Might Know) #shorts # Blowing facts

8 Facts About Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (Facts You Might Know) #shorts # Blowing facts FACTS OF POST TRAMUTIC STRESS DISORDER. 1 PTSD is caused by a variety of different types of trauma. 2 There are 17 symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder. 3 PTSD affects 7-37 percent of firefighters. 4 PTSD affects 9.2 percent of… Read More »

Understanding Trauma Triggers, with Stephen Porges, PhD

Stephen Porges, PhD shares a Polyvagal-informed approach that can help clients better understand their triggers and begin to feel more at home in their own bodies. For more strategies on using Polyvagal theory in your work look here: [1524] Porges SC (T13)[15] – House In the aftermath of trauma, some clients struggle to feel a… Read More »

AFW2 | PTSD Awareness Month | 6. Treament

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder can be difficult to manage; Dr. Alan Peterson describes some of the treatment options available to those suffering from the disorder. According to psychiatry.com, PTSD can occur in all people, affecting 3.5% of U.S. adults each year. People with PTSD have intense, disturbing thoughts and feelings related to their experience that can… Read More »

AFW2 | PTSD Awareness Month | 2. Stigma

Stigma is a significant reason military personnel do not receive treatment. Dr. Peterson addresses some of the factors associated with the aforementioned stigma. According to psychiatry.com, PTSD can occur in all people, affecting 3.5% of U.S. adults each year. People with PTSD have intense, disturbing thoughts and feelings related to their experience that can show… Read More »

AFW2 | PTSD Awareness Month | 4. Avoidance

Dr. Alan Peterson describes the different types of avoidance associated with PTSD. According to psychiatry.com, PTSD can occur in all people, affecting 3.5% of U.S. adults each year. People with PTSD have intense, disturbing thoughts and feelings related to their experience that can show up through nightmares, flashbacks, and an overall sense of sadness, fear… Read More »

AFW2 | PTSD Awareness Month | 3. Symptoms

Dr. Alan Peterson touches on a few of the symptoms common in individuals suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. According to psychiatry.com, PTSD can occur in all people, affecting 3.5% of U.S. adults each year. People with PTSD have intense, disturbing thoughts and feelings related to their experience that can show up through nightmares, flashbacks, and… Read More »

AFW2 | PTSD Awareness Month | 5. Complex Trauma

One example of severe Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is complex trauma. Dr. Alan Peterson explains how complex trauma can exacerbate the symptoms of PTSD. According to psychiatry.com, PTSD can occur in all people, affecting 3.5% of U.S. adults each year. People with PTSD have intense, disturbing thoughts and feelings related to their experience that can show… Read More »

AFW2 | PTSD Awareness Month | 1. Meet Dr. Peterson

We sat down with Dr. Alan Peterson to talk about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and treatment options. In the series of videos to follow we discuss stigma, symptoms, avoidance, complex trauma, and the treatment associated with PTSD. If you are an Active Duty Airman or Guardian and needing assistance with finding resources to please reach… Read More »

PRISON TRANSPORT LONG TERM PTSD

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Healing Trauma in the Body with Peter Levine, PhD

Traumatic memory is unique in the way it can often live on in the physical and cognitive patterns that a client might develop after a traumatic experience. And in many cases, the very response that may have kept our client from harm can now also be keeping them from healing. That’s why in this video,… Read More »

Understanding Post-Traumatic Growth with Sonja Lyubomirsky, PhD

It is possible to heal from trauma. And in some cases, people have not only been able to foster resilience after trauma, they’ve also been able to experience post-traumatic growth. In this video, Sonja Lyubomirsky, PhD, shares her insights into how we can foster post-traumatic growth in our clients. For more expert strategies on working… Read More »

#Shorts PTSD // How The Brain Can Help Overcome This Disorder

#Shorts PTSD is characterised by flashbacks that can be triggered by sights, sounds or smells. Panic attacks are also common with PTSD, alongside having some type of social phobia, being easily agitated, experiencing more stress than usual, or encountering resentment due to past experiences. The good news is that PTSD can be treated using our… Read More »