Tag Archives: trauma

Kate Shipp – Trauma & PTSD – The Just Be Love Conference 2017

The Just Be Love Project July 2017 Educational Conference Trafficking, Sexual Trauma and the importance of Human Connection. Filmed live at Sun Studios, Tempe Arizona Trauma Yoga Therapist Kate Shipp shares insight about how Yoga helped identify and heal her trauma. Learn more about Kate: FB: https://www.facebook.com/thewindowwithin/ Website: http://www.kateshippyoga.com/ Learn more about The Just Be… Read More »

Tapping for PTSD (“Complex Trauma With Anger & Guilt”) by Janelle Allbritton, MPH, TFT-Algo

Complex Trauma with Anger & Guilt / PTSD Thought Field Therapy (TFT) is the original source of the Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT). TFT has been evolving for over 30 years and cannot be improved upon. Tapping was discovered & developed by the late Roger Callahan, whose wife Joanne Callahan, MBA, now trains and certifies TFT… Read More »

Complex Ptsd: Managing Migraines

Grab a cuppa and let’s take a look at a variety of factors that contribute to migraines and what we can begin to do to break free from the cycle. FB Complex Trauma Recovery Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/complextptsd/ More information: https://lindameredith.org/ Source: Youtube

Welcome to the Crappy Childhood Fairy Channel!

Hi community, here’s a brand new intro video — My name is Anna (also known as the Crappy Childhood Fairy), and I help people recognize and heal the symptoms of Childhood PTSD. This short intro video tells you what my work is about. You can learn more on my blog: https://crappychildhoodfairy.com You may be interested… Read More »

The 3 Stages of Trauma Recovery

The 3 stages of recovery according to Judith Herman in her book, Trauma and Recovery. My Blog ♥ http://cptsdwarrior.com My SOCIAL ♥Instagram♥ https://www.instagram.com/pokingholes_cptsdwarrior/♥FACEBOOK♥ http://www.facebook.com/Poking-Holes-1675396336061298/ ♥TWITTER♥ http://twitter.com/poking_holes ♥TUMBLR♥ http://poking-holes.tumblr.com/ ♥Email♥ pokingholeschannel@gmail.com Disclaimer: I am not a mental health professional nor am I an academic expert on Narcissistic Personality Disorder (NPD) or complex post traumatic stress disorder… Read More »

Psychotherapy for Chronic PTSD Video

Watch the full video at: http://www.psychotherapy.net/video/ptsd Watch PTSD expert, Frank Ochberg, MD, works with his actual client Terry, a Vietnam veteran who suffered from PTSD for 40 years using The Counting Method. Source: Youtube

About: The Tales of the Golden Acorn (CC)

Somewhere between myth and reality exists the Tales of the Golden Acorn. This multi-part animated series follows a squirrel family as they journey through a story of love, loss, trauma, and healing. Designed for children ages 6 and older. The Tales of the Golden Acorn are a series of freely accessible animated short films being… Read More »

7 What Happens After Trauma?

This highlights some of the clinical criteria for trauma disorders. Mostly taken directly from the DSM-V, we walk through some of the most important aspects of what PTSD and DESNOS can look like after trauma. Go to SenselessPeace.org for more information. Source: Youtube

EMDR: 3 things I wish I’d known before I started trauma therapy

In today’s video I talk a bit more about EMDR – eye movement desensitisation reprocessing therapy – a NICE approved treatment for post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) which I underwent in 2018. This follows up on my first video on EMDR and explores it a bit further and also talks a bit more about the… Read More »

Episode 13- A different View of PTSD and Stress

Source: https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-2bnar-a78b0a On today’s show Aimee and Dr Nikolov speak with Brett Cotter, author and founder of Stress Is Gone, LLC an organization focused on self-care solution to reduce the effects of stress-related illnesses. This Podcast was created to help anyone who has experienced any type of abuse at any age. The Cure podcast and… Read More »

CPTSD: How to Feel SAFE

When CPTSD is active and our brains/emotions are dysregulated, we can be easily triggered by things that upset us, including things people say or do (or don’t do), things that are shocking, or just everyday stressors. Getting triggered can cost us hours and days of disruption, so the search for a “safe space” can be… Read More »