Tag Archives: resilience

Choices After Trauma

Written by a Clinical Psychologist and a survivor of Childhood Sexual Abuse, Trauma Recovery: Sessions with Dr. Matt is a book that helps victims take the actions that lead from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to post-traumatic growth. Stories of finding resilience are told about seven individuals who have been stuck in PTSD but learn from… Read More »

CPTSD: Four Discoveries That Are Revolutionizing Treatment

Now that we know adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) can cause neurological changes, the old, mostly psychological approaches to treating CPTSD are making way for newer, brain-based treatments that hold promise for millions of survivors. In this video I talk about four discoveries that transformed our old understanding of the problem. I describe more effective strategies… Read More »

Elizabeth Smart-6 Things I learned about PTSD/Trauma Resilience

In this video I cover 6 important lessons about resilience in the face of trauma: How PTSD can be prevented through healthy support networks 2 common crises after a traumatic event 3 skills that can help heal trauma, PTSD, and improve mental health and resources that we can all access to be more resilient in… Read More »

The Challenge for Parents with Unresolved Trauma

Secure Attachment is Important to Children It is a challenge for parents with unresolved trauma to raise a baby. They see the baby as themselves and feel the child’s vulnerability. For example, it is essential for a parent who has experienced sexual abuse to get help to overcome this trauma. Parents who are able to… Read More »

What’s the Best Approach to Healing CPTSD?

Millions of people around the world are working to heal their Childhood PTSD (very positive). I’ve noticed there are two general approaches people follow, and in this video I tell you which one is more likely to recover. In one group, people are very in touch with what HAPPENED to them in the past. They… Read More »

Psychological Resilience and Post Traumatic Growth

Re-upload: These videos are meant to uplift and inspire men. If you find yourself ruminating or stuck in the past it’s time to move on, leave the past behind, fix yourself and start living. Music: Samuel Barber, ‘Adagio for strings’. Performed by The Detroit Symphony Orchestra – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CcflwUYYoXk “Working Class Hero” by The Hit Crew… Read More »

What is Posttraumatic Growth (PTG)?

What is Posttraumatic Growth (PTG)? Posttraumatic Growth (PTG) is when someone builds resilience after a traumatic event. SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/ryanliberty?sub_confirmation=1 🎁 MENTAL HEALTH GIFTS: https://amzn.to/2BvquDJ ➡️FREE Mental Health Check: https://ryanliberty.com/free-mental-health-check/ ******* ALL OF MY MENTAL HEALTH VIDEOS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvosQKkIcoY&index=1&list=PLkVUfRfnaVS5tmZFdUvvdWM_t_M4Nw805 ******* REBOUND RELATIONSHIPS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJxo5AM1Ptw&list=PLkVUfRfnaVS4DNUZU6zuriJiMvV7JvHqZ&index=1 BREAKUP HELP AND HEALING: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yN82DUfmQa4&list=PLkVUfRfnaVS6DxXC9T0QSwe3zl9rGbPoW&index=1 MENTAL HEALTH AND RELATIONSHIPS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irXpVvz_OaE&list=PLkVUfRfnaVS6VU0UE0v53pbyd_MvJHe4U&index=1 ******* INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/theryanliberty/ TWITTER:… Read More »

Cortney Edmondson’s Story

A speaker, childhood trauma survivor, and advocate, Cortney shares her story empowering others to take responsibility for their life in order to design a life they love. Cortney is an advocate for youth and adult survivors of childhood trauma and helps to bring awareness to the world in an effort to intervene and stop the… Read More »

Making Meaning of Trauma Response, on the Path Towards Post-Traumatic Growth

Tribal Theory is an effective, accessible framework to deliver trauma-response that re-shapes your current practice and methodology, before, during and after traumatic events make their impact. This powerful, practical approach is designed to discover and provide a ‘safe place’ to make meaning of adversity and crisis in our lives. Source: Youtube