Tag Archives: Psychology

Physical Abuse and Its Long Term Effects

PRE-ORDER MY BOOK NOW! http://bit.ly/2s0mULy Physical abuse is defined as the use of physical force that may result in bodily injury, physical pain, or impairment. This could be pushing, pinching, biting, throwing things at you, choking you, pinning you down, the list goes on and on. Overall just know that if anyone ever does something… Read More »

EXCLUSIVE – Iraq’s lost children: young victims of PTSD

Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news stream: all the latest news 24/7 http://f24.my/YTliveEN A young girl remembers the Islamic State (IS) group cutting off children’s faces. A boy recalls being tortured by the jihadists, who severed his fingers and murdered his father. As the battle against the IS group continues to… Read More »

Pop Culture Psychology: Laurie Strode & PTSD

For this episode, we will be looking at Laurie Strode and see how her encounter with Michael Myers most likely caused Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Follow Ashe K Reaper on: Twitter: https://twitter.com/AsheKReaper Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AsheKReaper/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ashekreaper/ Follow Elio Yanez on: Twitch: https://twitch.tv/itselioyanez Instagram: https://instagram.com/itselioyanez Twitter: https://twitter.com/itselioyanez Source: Youtube

OCD is Actually PTSD in Many Cases – Gateway Counseling Center

John Hawkins Jr. discusses the close relationship of OCD and PTSD. www.gatewaycounseling.com Gateway Counseling Center’s John Hawkins Jr. M.S., L.M.H.C., C.A.P. responds to questions about mental and emotional health. John Hawkins helps individuals suffering from a variety of addictions by providing effective health counseling methods and treatment options. #letstalkmentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #Counseling #mentalhealth #instalife #health #life… Read More »

PTSD: Mental Health in the Wake of Disaster

Dr. Claude Chemtob, a professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, has worked exstensively in the field of post traumatic stress, especially in children. In this video he discusses how traumatic events, like disasters, can cause post traumatic stress disorder, and how the disorder can effect children differently than adults. Source:… Read More »

Forgetting to Remember : Malleability of Memory

Is human memory reliable or is it malleable and highly subject to error? The hearings concerning judge Brett Kavanaugh’s potentially appointment to the Supreme Court and the allegations made against him and his behavior by Dr. Christine Blasey Ford have gripped the nation. Despite having only a few sparse recollections about the event she and… Read More »

Cold Therapy: Treat Narcissism and Depression (30th World Psychiatrists and Psychologists Meet)

Cold Therapy is based on two premises: (1) That narcissistic disorders are actually forms of complex post-traumatic conditions and not disorders of the personality; and (2) That narcissists are the outcomes of arrested development and attachment dysfunctions. Consequently, Cold Therapy borrows techniques from child psychology and from treatment modalities used to deal with PTSD. Cold… Read More »

story time i have ptsd | TW: what caused it and how it affects me

story time i have ptsd | what caused it and how it affects me ***Trigger Warning – gun violence, drugs, teen pregnancy, and probably some other things??*** _____________________________________ I don’t normally make videos like this but I hope it will somehow help me get over the stuff that has happened to me in the past.… Read More »

The Role of Simulation in Imagery Rescripting for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

A presentation by Dr Kathy Looney to UCD School of Psychology Preliminary findings suggest that simulation does play a role in ImRs efficacy ImRs may facilitate change not just by reducing distress of the trauma image, but also by reducing distress/frequency of associated counterfactual thinking Links between simulation and other relevant factors (e.g. internal processes,… Read More »