Tag Archives: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (Disease Or Medical Condition)

The Affects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

What is PTSD? It is a set of symptoms that can follow exposure to a specific situation or event that actually occurred or was perceived to be threatening due to serious injury, death, violence, and/or its harmful nature. To get help with processing what has happened, contact one of our counselors at 919-3073805 Source: Youtube

VICE Canada Story on Virtual Reality PTSD Exposure Therapy

This is a 20 minute piece done by VICE Canada on our work with Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy for PTSD with a short segment on our DARPA funded work on the project “Detection and Computational Analysis of Psychological Signals (DCAPS)” in collaboration with Louis-Philippe Morency. The VR PTSD Exposure Therapy project is now releasing a… Read More »

The Positive Aspects of PTSD

Robert S. Brown Sr. MD, PhD. Staff Psychiatrist, Department of Behavioral Health, Kenner Army Health Clinic, Fort Lee, Virginia. This video is a reminder that some aspects of combat induced PTSD are positive. Many Soldiers tell me they are more alert, more sensitive to the suffering of others, more keenly perceptive, and have come to… Read More »

Working with PTSD: The Essential Guide (Trailer)

http://www.psychotherapydvds.com Using this 3 DVD training set both new and experienced therapists will gain a number of useful and practical skills in working with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). In the first DVD, expert in the field Dr Fiona Kennedy explores in conversation with Consultant Clinical Psychologist Paul Grantham, the essential aspects of assessment and… Read More »

Iraq Vet With PTSD: Cannabis Saved My Marriage

More than 250,000 combat veterans who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan suffer from PTSD. An average of 22 of them commit suicide every day. Many veterans suffering with PTSD say cannabis has changed their lives for the better. Some say it has saved their lives. Source: Youtube

How to use the Wisdom of the body to heal PTSD and trauma – with Pat Ogden, PhD

Noticing body language when working with psychological and emotional trauma patients is critical. It can give us insight into what patients are feeling and how to help them heal from traumatic experiences. Here Pat Ogden, PhD, gives one example of how she used sensorimotor psychotherapy to better understand her patient. Source: Youtube