Tag Archives: posttraumatic stress disorder

Social Security Disability for PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress)

Symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder can qualify you for Social Security disability if these symptoms interfere with your ability to hold a full time job. In this video, I discuss my experiences representing PTSD disability claimants in hearings before Social Security judges. I have found that SSD judges are receptive to claims of anxiety, depression… Read More »

How Bad Nutrition Affects Depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder?

How Bad Nutrition Affects Depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder? – http://thejoelarchive.com Dr. Joel Wallach begins today’s show discussing Depression, PTSD, manic depression and how bad nutrition affects these conditions. Pearls of Wisdom Billy Graff and Dr. Wallach discuss an article in Health.com about overeating. Billy and Doc compare the animal world to humans and… Read More »

PTSD Healing Meditation Music | Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Relief | Binaural Beats Meditation

PTSD Healing Meditation Music | Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Relief | Binaural Beats Meditation By Spectral Binaural Beats Meditation Here’s how to do it: Step 1: Lie (or Sit Down) in a Comfortable Position. Take a few deep breaths. With each breath, know that while you are drifting off to sleep soon and your body… Read More »

An Introduction to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD

Post Traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a serious potentially debilitating condition that can occur in people who have experienced or witnessed a natural disaster, serious accident, terrorist incident, sudden death of a loved one, war, violent personal assault such as rape, or other life-threatening or traumatic events. Most people who experience such events recover… Read More »

Brian Mancini’s Battle with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder | In Deep Shift | Oprah Winfrey Network

After growing up hearing stories of service from his grandfather and uncles, Brian Mancini joined the military two weeks after he got out of high school. Six months into his second tour in Baghdad, Brian was hit by a roadside bomb and medically discharged after nearly 13 years of service. He’s on the mend from… Read More »

Using EFT for PTSD ( Post Traumatic Stress Disorder )

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ACOA’s and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – Special Guest Jerry Wise, Relationship Expert

Growing up in an alcoholic (or narcissistic) home or drug addicted home created traumas for the child growing up in this addicted home resulting in post traumatic disorder symptoms. This chronic recurring trauma experienced as a child is carried into adulthood and into our relationships. Healing and recovery is essential for the ACOA. Jerry Wise,… Read More »

Military dogs suffer post traumatic stress disorder

(5 Aug 2010) AP Television Colorado Springs, 29 July 2010 1. Wide shot “Gina” the dog running through obstacle steps 2. Close-up “Gina” the dog running through obstacle steps 3. Close-up “Gina” 4. Close-up collar 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Master Sgt. Eric Haynes, Kennel Master, Peterson AFB: “She was attached to the army and she was… Read More »

Tapestry of Life: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Host Pascal Scoles Jr. D.S.W. professor, Behavioral Health/Human Services at Community College of Philadelphia facilitates a discussion with Kerri Arnold, instructor, Behavioral Health/Human Services at Community College of Philadelphia about post traumatic stress disorder issues. A Community College of Philadelphia CCPTV production. http://ccp.edu/about-us/welcome-ccptv To learn more about academic programs at the Community College of Philadelphia… Read More »

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Finding Purpose Through CrossFit

Cogen Nelson lives with post-traumatic stress disorder. The 29-year-old served in two deployments with the U.S. Marine Corps and endured experiences that have stayed with him in retirement. “You have this feeling of guilt. You have this feeling of, ‘Can I live with some of the decisions I’ve made?’ Just that burden of the stuff… Read More »