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Mindful Happiness – featuring Martin Weaver

https://decca.lnk.to/CalmCollectiveID Watch Neurolinguistic Psychotherapist Martin Weaver discussing creating his album Mindful Happiness. The album has been created to help listeners take responsibility for their own happiness and state of mind. Martin Weaver who specialised in post-traumatic stress disorder and helped victims from the 7 July 2005 London bombings explained the origins of ‘Mindful Happiness’: “When… Read More »

Solfeggio 417Hz Frequency – Release Past Trauma (PTSD) w Music

“If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.” ~ Nikola Tesla Solfeggio Frequency 417 Hz Along with many other attributes the frequency 417Hz is linked with releasing past traumatic and/or negative experiences. It helps facilitate change within the “Mind-Body”, on a cellular level, where our… Read More »

Rain With Tibetan Singing Bowl For Meditation, PTSD And Anxiety

EN – Rain with Tibetan singing bowl sounds for meditation, PTSD and anxiety. Struck bowls are used in some Buddhist religious practices to accompany periods of meditation and chanting. Singing bowls are widely used for music making, meditation and relaxation, as well for personal spirituality. They have become popular with music therapists, sound healers and… Read More »

Myths About PTSD

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is real, but don’t be discouraged by mixed-up ideas about PTSD from seeking help – from God and others. TALK ABOUT IT: http://www.pursuegod.org/myths-about-ptsd/ ABOUT THIS CHANNEL ******************************* PursueGOD Video is the official featured video channel for pursueGOD.org, a free online discipleship resource for families, small groups, and individual mentoring relationships. For… Read More »

How to PASS The Masters/Clinical LMSW/LCSW Exams with Practice Questions

Today I review 5 practice questions with varying topic ranges. I apply the SFAREAFI acronym as applicable. Additionally, I provide motivational words of encouragement. The ASWB Clinical Exam, or the Association of Social Work Boards Clinical Exam, is a test that was made to determine whether or not an individual’s level of knowledge of social… Read More »

NIU study links 9-1-1 dispatchers and PTSD symptoms

A new study by researchers at Northern Illinois University suggests that the on-the-job, indirect exposure to trauma puts dispatchers at risk for developing symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). NIU psychology study links 9-1-1 dispatchers with post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms Source: Youtube