Tag Archives: ptsd

CISW 2020 Day 1 – Dr. Mark Braunstein "Cannabinoid Assisted Psychotherapy for PTSD"

Dr. Mark Braunstein (Medical Doctor at Reconcious Medical) Speaking on the topic of “Cannabinoid Assisted Psychotherapy for PTSD” Watch Live: Day 1 of the Cannabis Investment Summit World (CISW): https://youtu.be/O9ZvYP7TAZU Watch Live: Day 2 of the Cannabis Investment Summit World (CISW): https://youtu.be/Horjbnbwiic Watch Live: Day 3 of the Cannabis Investment Summit World (CISW): https://youtu.be/Horjbnbwiic Thanks… Read More »

WHY I started a cozy channel / NURSE youtuber

Hey glow friends and nurses! Welcome to my channel! In this video, I actually want to press reset and put forward my intentions and set clear goals on what this channel is all about. So if you are also feeling tired, fatigued and overwhelmed, join me in this journey by subscribing and turn on your… Read More »

Shutdown – can't think, can't feel, struggle to speak. PTSD, exhausted, bipolar, sedation meds.

My name is Xanthe Wyse. This short video was extremely difficult to make (to actually press record etc) as in a shutdown last night. It was very, very hard for me to say any words at all – mammoth physical effort but I said a few words after many attempts to move my mouth. I… Read More »

Books That Changed My Life (PTSD, Bipolar, Addiction, Eating Disorders, Fibromyalgia, & more)

Open me for time stamps! Time stamps: – You Can Heal Your Life: 0:19 – The Body Keeps the Score: 1:38 – An Unquiet Mind: 2:57 – Madness: 4:49 – Wasted: 5:52 – Intuitive Eating: 7:11 – The Fibro Manual: 9:02 – In My Skin: 10:50 – Ariel: 12:15 My video on ballet and eating… Read More »

PTSI in Public Safety Personnel Webinar Series CIHR CATALYST GRANTS Session 2

Date and Time: November 5, 2020, 12:00 -12:45 pm EST, 11:00 -11:45 am CST Projects: A randomized control trial examining the treatment efficacy of a novel approach to cognitive remediation in public safety personnel with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and co-morbid conditions Scientific Presenter: Dr. Margaret McKinnon, Homewood Chair in Mental Health and Trauma,… Read More »

Serious Long Term Effects of Yelling At Your Kids & How to Control it? | Parentune | AWARE India

We want what’s best for our kids. It’s why so many parents struggle with parenting choices. And we’re only human, after all. It’s normal to get frustrated with your children, especially if they are misbehaving. But the way you express this frustration and deal with the situation can have major implications on their personality development… Read More »


Sexual abuse and rape is one of those reoccurring themes in our society. How can you heal from the trauma that these events leave on you ? Especially, if you neither have access to a therapist nor can afford therapy. In this video, I shared how you can self-heal from sexual trauma with these three… Read More »

Fall 2020 Community Conversations: Trans-generational Trauma of Slavery

November 19: Trans-generational Trauma of Slavery: The Effects on Black Identity, Health and Academic Performance Presented by Michael Strayer The long history of slavery and racial discrimination in the U.S. leaves a legacy on future generations. How does trauma, specifically racial trauma, affect brain development, health, parenting, identity, relationships, and what can be done about… Read More »

Beginners yoga breathing for anxiety & stress relief | Ujjayi breathing

This short, simple yoga breathing practice in our series of easy meditation and breathing exercises for beginners, guides you gently into ujjayi breathing – an ideal and easy way to calm down a busy mind, combat anxiety and help you to breathe easier. This breathing practice needs no previous experience and is ideal for beginners.… Read More »

HealthPoint | Community Report | Behavioral Health | School-Based Health Centers | Elijah Lotz

Mental health care is essential care. Behavioral health is just as important as physical health. The COVID pandemic has exacerbated issues for a population already afflicted by poverty, food insecurity, homelessness, untreated mental illness, addiction and more. HealthPoint cares for over 12,000 people diagnosed with anxiety and depression, including post-traumatic stress disorder. Children aren’t our… Read More »

Why HOBBIES and INTERESTS are SO IMPORTANT || Living with C-PTSD & Mental Health issues

Having hobbies and interests can be incredibly important to your general well-being in my opinion. They can give you something to focus on which is all for you, which doesn’t have to be anything to do with anyone else. It can be fully personal to you, and help you feel progress and fulfilment. Remember to… Read More »

Episode 18 – PTSD – Don't Pull My Trigger !!! – Misfits Assemble!!!

The Vaping Misfits are back! On a brand new channel! Unsure if you noticed? Welcome to Episode 18, PTSD – Don’t Pull My Trigger. Firstly we would like to thank everyone for sticking with us last week whilst we got on top of the technical issues. Everyone’s continued support continues to overwhelm us. This week… Read More »