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POV: A Paramedic’s Recovery Journey

Dr Anna Baranowsky speaks with Darren Gregory, a retired Paramedic, about his journey from trauma to transformation! Darren explains that early in his career, he experienced a workplace trauma that was devastating for him but that he continued in his work as a Paramedic despite feelings of being overwhelmed.
His suggestions for recovery and trauma journey are essential learning in emergency services.

We also offer a great self-help resource, “Trauma Recovery Program”, here on www.whatisptsd.com.

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The Inner Game of Trauma Recovery

The Inner Game of Trauma Recovery – you need to know how to do this!
1. Ask Yourself – What is it that you can do? What will make a difference?
2. Take ownership of the inner world and what you say to yourself.
3. Recognize that what you say to yourself – Your attitude makes the difference between years of suffering or growth and recovery

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Prediction Models for PTSD give hope for early ID & care

Learn about the early markers of stress and strain and who could benefit from early intervention.

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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 shares.in 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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