Tag Archives: self-help

PTSD – Available Treatment Options & How To Get Diagnosed I The Speakmans

Do you suspect that you may have Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)? Here’s how you can get a formal diagnosis, and following that, what treatments options are available to help you. Conquer Your Anxiety with The Speakmans’ Book: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Conquering-Anxiety-worrying-stress-happy/dp/1841883212/ Subscribe to The Speakmans’ YouTube channel for more tips: https://goo.gl/Lgzxjw Follow The Speakmans on Twitter: https://twitter.com/The_Speakmans… Read More »

Officer Michael Shaw Shares His Personal Story on Suicide and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD P1

Michael Shaw shares his personal story of how the loss of his best friend to suicide had a long lasting impact on his personal and professional life. Matt was not only Officer Shaw’s best friend and roommate, but also a Deputy Sheriff. In this interview Officer Shaw recalls the night of Matt’s suicide in their… Read More »

Reflect ~ 1HR Bilateral Music Therapy – Relieve Stress, Anxiety, PTSD, Nerves – EMDR, Brainspotting

This piece is ambient and slow moving. Bilateral music therapy is helping people from all over the world reprogram their brains for the better. This bilateral beat runs at 50 BPM. Bilateral music is music with a beat that pans between the left and right ears. It has successfully been used to relieve those suffering… Read More »

Frontline Workers: Trauma & PTSD – Anxiety Canada Town Hall

If you, or someone you know, is a frontline worker or first responder, join us to learn how to manage trauma, grief, and loss. Have questions? Ask our experts in the live chat. Our featured guests include: Mark Antczak (Host), Anxiety Canada’s very own in-house Health Educator and Clinical Counselor Dr. Katy Kamkar, Clinical Psychologist at the Centre for Addiction and… Read More »

1 HR Bilateral Music Therapy – Relieve Stress, Anxiety, PTSD, Nervousness – EMDR, Brainspotting

Bilateral music therapy is helping people from all over the world reprogram their brains for the better. Bilateral music is music with a beat that pans between the left and right ears. It has been successfully been used to relieve those suffering from anxiety, stress, PTSD, stroke damage, and insomnia. Can be used for sleep-aid,… Read More »

An aspect of my PTSD and how it affects dating!

This video explores a particularly frustrating aspect of my Post Traumatic Stress Disorder from my last relationship. I talk about my last relationship more in other poems/videos. The quick run down is I was engaged to a woman with a life threaten eating disorder and suicidal tendencies. That relationship left me with a variety of… Read More »

How I Dealt With My PTSD

Greg Tambone shares his thoughts on PTSD. Since Mr. Bone started Warrior Adventures Inc. many years ago now, he has been helping those suffering from post traumatic stress to overcome their struggles. He also has had to deal with more than his personal share of trauma, and he talks about this as well. All the… Read More »

POST TRAUMATIC GROWTH. What is it? Is it a thing?!

~ POST TRAUMATIC GROWTH. What is it? Is it a thing?! you’ve heard of out dramatic stress but have you heard of post traumatic growth? Hi, I’m Emily Joan Smith. I make daily videos that are full of inspiration, motivation, tips, tricks and positivity for those of you who are look for serious personal growth!… Read More »

Childhood Trauma: Managing PTSD Through Therapy | Julia Torres Barden | TEDxGraceStreetWomen

Julia Torres Barden bravely shares her story of trauma. Kidnapped and raped when she was nine, Julia finds her way home afterwards, only to be further traumatized when the adults in her life don’t notice she’s in shock and has been terrorized. Already having been exposed to various types of abuse and childhood trauma, Julia… Read More »

How to Reduce the Risk of PTSD in the Workplace | Darlene Illi | TEDxBearCreekPark

Reducing the risk of PTSD in your workplace can start with a plan. “Don’t wait until it is too late” says Darlene Illi, a 911 Operator for 20 years. In her talk about how preventing the pain of PTSD is far easier than treating the trauma, Darlene shares her P.L.A.N. to help us manage daily… Read More »

"Soldier's Heart" Military PTSD and the Cost of War

PTSD has always been a part of war for soldiers. Ancient writings in human history suggest this problem is as old as warfare and combat itself. 3,000 year old texts were recently discovered and they make clear references to the same symptoms troops face today. This evidence goes against those who would claim the disorder… Read More »