Posts Tagged ‘PTSD’

PTSD 5: How Emotions Are Processed

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PTSD: 4 No, it’s not all in your head: Memory Encoding

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PTSD: 3 No, it’s not all in your head: the Vagus Nerve

PTSD: Sometimes the wolves of symptoms wander in our bodies
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PTSD: 2 No, it’s not all in your head: The Neuroplatform of Emotion

Advances in neurobiology – knowing how our brains and nervous systems work – help us understand how PTSD symptoms persist and also how they can heal. The healing of PTSD symptoms is often called, or accompanied by, a phenomena known as post-traumatic growth (PTG).

Trauma healing can result in post-traumatic growth (PTG)
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PTSD: 1 No, it’s not all in your head

Sometimes the wolves of symptoms are upon us
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Tips for Facing the Holidays for Sexual Abuse Survivors

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Self Care During Therapy – Positive Energy Bubble

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Expressive Art: Creating Your Lifeline

Expressive Art: Creating Your Lifeline

The expressive art exercise called LifeLine is a positive tool in the therapy room. Getting an overview of your life can be a first step step towards self understanding and self acceptance.

David came in to see me because he had experienced a panic attack at work. The intensity of the physical and emotional feelings scared him.

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Reading opens you up to new ideas and worlds
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Veterans Yoga Project®: Interview with Dr. Dan Libby

Veterans Yoga Project   Yoga for Emotional Healing PTSD

 

Photo courtesy of VYP, used with permission

Veterans Yoga Project (VYP) is a nonprofit organization that specializes in helping veterans gain access to the healing benefits of yoga with a program called Mindful Resilience. Thanks to the efforts of VYP, the Mindful Resilience yoga program is being used to help veterans and active-duty military personnel heal from the emotional, physical and psychological aspects of war trauma in mental health and addiction treatment programs in the United States and Canada. 

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