what is ptsd?

Emotional Neglect & Traumatic Loneliness. Ask Dr. Anna S.2.E.36

Learn about Traumatic Loneliness and Emotional Neglect.
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Dr. Anna answers a viewer’s question about feeling like you don’t fit in.
She discusses Emotional Neglect and Traumatic Loneliness.
Dr. Jonice Webb’s Emotional Neglect Questionnaire will be able to help you figure out the intensity of your feelings, which can be found here.

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First Responders and Workplace Trauma

Dr. Baranowsky speaks with a police officer who bravely shares about her experiences in facing trauma on the job.

Here are some helpful tips she the video.
1. Facing trauma helps.
2. Allowing yourself to think or talk about the trauma.
3. Opening up to someone you trust about the trauma.
4. Accepting that you need to learn to accept the situation.
5. Breathing techniques can make a huge difference.

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4 Tips to Survive and Thrive after Trauma

4 tips on how to survive and thrive after trauma

Is it possible to survive and thrive after trauma?
YES! I have seen many people do this, both personally and professionally. You most certainly can!
Here are a few tips to help you get started.
1.        Recognize that you are shaped with the capacity to change.
2.        Try everything that might help and really give it a good try.
3.        Practice exercise to find calm daily.
4.        Lay the foundation today to survive and thrive.

A Quick Guide to 20 Stress Reduction Practices

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We all find ourselves in situations where we feel stress and need strategies to settle down quickly. Here are some great tips to settle down and relax quickly.

Watch the video for my favorite Quick TIPS for managing stress from Michele Rosenthal’s book You Life after Trauma.

Click here for the free download: 20 ways of Stress Reduction: Embrace growth.

Dr. Robert T. Muller shares his personal story on the West Coast Trauma Project

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“Be attentive to vicarious traumatization. We all are susceptible to being vicariously traumatized.”

Robert T. Muller trained at Harvard University, was on faculty at the University of Massachusetts, and is currently at York University in Toronto.

Dr. Muller was recently honored as a Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Trauma & Dissociation (ISSTD) for his work on trauma treatment. And his psychotherapy best-seller, Trauma and the Avoidant Client, in its third printing, has been translated and won the 2011 ISSTD award for the year’s best written work on trauma.

Check out the rest of Dr. Muller’s podcast here.