Tag Archives: Psychology

What is Inner Child Work? Why Should We Do It?

Usually when someone is talking about inner child work, they are mentioning in reference to trauma work. Traditionally it was believed that we will need to reconnect with our younger self (at the time the trauma happened) and heal ourselves at that age/time. Hence the term, “doing inner child work” meaning that when we act… Read More »

BPD vs CPTSD: What’s the difference?

C-PTSD or Complex post traumatic stress disorder occurs when someone is repeatedly traumatized (ie. in war, abused for long periods of time, etc) and it can make relationships and life afterward very difficult. They state that those who suffer from complex PTSD have more issues with: 1. Emotion regulation 2. Forgetting traumatic events completely 3.… Read More »

Grounding Exercise: Straighten the Back

In this Grounding Activity we explore how we carry ourselves affects our emotional state. This can help with PTSD, Anxiety, Shame and improving our emotional state in general. Check out my Udemy Course “Change Your Brain: 10 alternatives to medication to improve mental health” https://www.udemy.com/share/1006B2A0sSeFtXTX4=/ 90% off code :THERAPYNUT Source: Youtube

APA’s New Book: Written Exposure Therapy for PTSD

Watch a short video to learn more about Dr. Slone and Dr. Marx’s new book, Written Exposure Therapy for PTSD. Written Exposure Therapy is an effective PTSD treatment that is easier to implement, more affordable, and has lower dropout rates than other trauma interventions. In this unique approach, the client writes about a single traumatic… Read More »

Everyday Trauma: Perspectives from Buddhism and Psychoanalysis

If you experience any technical difficulties with this video or would like to make an accessibility-related request, please send a message to digicomm@uchicago.edu. Mark Epstein, M.D. presented the 2015 Ikuo Yamaguchi Memorial Seminar at the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration on March 9, 2015. If there is one thing Buddhism and psychoanalysis… Read More »

PTSD

Join me every Thursday at Noon on Facebook for a live discussion of psychology from a Catholic perspective. Today I take up Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Please support me on Patreon and get access to lots of great interviews, shows, and podcasts that consider psychology from a Catholic perspective. www.Patreon.com/ColorOfThought Be sure to check… Read More »

2 Biggest Reasons People Resist Spirituality – Gateway Counseling Center

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. In today’s video, John discusses two reasons people have a resistance to spirituality, and spiritual PTSD. #letstalkmentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #Counseling… Read More »

How to Help Your Loved One With Trauma Recovery (Episode 6 of 6)

In a bonus episode, Dr. Arutt shares advice for couples coping with PTSD from past trauma. To get access to that exclusive video, click here: http://bit.ly/2QC7k7e FOLLOW US ON: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/medcircledigest FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/MedCircleDigest ***IF YOU HAVEN’T WATCHED THE BEGINNING OF THIS SERIES, WATCH HERE: EPISODE 1: https://youtu.be/SN02OPWUQ1k EPISODE 2: https://youtu.be/pV6MgJeQjZs EPISODE 3: https://youtu.be/Md7teBWB3fk EPISODE 4:… Read More »

PTSD & Personality Disorders in Veterans

Please watch: “How You Can Control Your Emotions with Dr. Fox – Affective Regulation” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmF2u2snfzg –~– This video provides important information on personality disorders and veterans with PTSD and depressive disorders. It identifies concerns and issues often seen in combat veterans and addresses the complexity of treatment. The video answers the following questions: 1. Which… Read More »

How to Manage Compassion Fatigue in Caregiving | Patricia Smith | TEDxSanJuanIsland

Caregivers are often so busy caring for others that they tend to neglect their own emotional, physical, and spiritual health. Studies confirm that caregivers play host to a high level of compassion fatigue. In this insightful talk, Patricia Smith suggests the path to wellness begins with awareness, and recommends simple self-care measures such as regular… Read More »

Shayna Hubers – Confession Without Remorse, “I gave him his nose job he wanted”

Shayna Hubers – Shot and Killed ex boyfriend, Ryan Poston on October 12, 2012. During Hubers’ second trial, the defense hired Psychologist Thomas Schacht, who diagnosed Hubers with Borderline Personality Disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Hubers was found guilty and given life sentence without parole until 85% of her 20-year sentencing is served. Watch… Read More »