Even after horrific events have passed, their echoes might continue to resonate in the recesses of our thoughts, casting a shadow over our existence. Millions of people worldwide are afflicted with the sneaky Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), which keeps sufferers mired in a cycle of misery, worry, and terror. Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT) offers a glimpse of hope in the middle of the gloom. In this article, we examine how CFT may enable people to release themselves from the grip of PTSD while also fostering healing and resilience. We will also examine the transforming impact of CFT. Continue reading Breaking Free from PTSD: How Mindfulness & CFT Can Empower Healing?
In simpler terms, People who have encountered a shocking, terrible, or fatal incident may develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Though fear is a common emotion both during and after a traumatic occurrence if it starts to impact the day-to-day life, relationships, and work of an individual and stays for at least one month, it may be an indication of PTSD digging its claws. Continue reading Ways to Overcome PTSD Triggers and develop coping masterplan
It is evident that the road to recovery is anything but simple after exploring the complicated subject of trauma and PTSD. However, it’s crucial to keep in mind that recovery is possible with the right assistance, resources, and outlook. Don’t be afraid to ask for help from a mental health professional if you or someone you know is dealing with trauma and PTSD. Throughout this journey, keep in mind to be patient with and kind to yourself. It is possible to transition from merely surviving to thriving with willpower and persistence. Let’s end the stigma associated with trauma and PTSD and begin the dialogue about healing and hope. Continue reading Trauma and PTSD: Everything That You Need To Know
Trauma refers to a deeply distressing or disturbing experience. It can be physical, emotional, or psychological. It can result from a wide range of events such as natural disasters, accidents, abuse, or violence. Trauma can have a long-lasting impact on a person’s mental and physical well-being. It may also lead to symptoms such as anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Continue reading Trauma: How to Manage health when grappling with trauma?
Table of content What is cognitive therapy? Cognitive therapy such as cognitive processing therapy is a type of psychotherapy. It tries to assist patients in recognizing and altering unhelpful thought patterns and beliefs that are causing them emotional pain and … Continue reading What is Cognitive Processing Therapy For Coping With PTSD?
What is meant by trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? An incident that has the potential to injure someone physically, emotionally, or psychologically is referred to as a traumatic event. Natural catastrophes, accidents, violence, and other life-threatening scenarios can all … Continue reading Risk factors, protective factors, and interventions related to trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Chronically experiencing the traumatic event, avoiding situations that trigger memories of the event, increased arousal (such as trouble falling asleep, irritability, and being easily startled). Unfavorable changes in thoughts and feelings are all possible PTSD symptoms Continue reading How to overcome Complex PTSD – Self-help
EMDR therapy, also known as eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing therapy, is a method of mental health care. In order to process painful memories using this technique, you must move your eyes in a precise manner. Your recovery from trauma … Continue reading Know this about EMDR
Trauma is the reaction to a profoundly upsetting or upsetting incident that overwhelms a person’s capacity for coping, results in feelings of helplessness, erodes their sense of self, and limits their capacity to feel a wide range of emotions and … Continue reading Coping mechanisms for trauma
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder- What does it mean? Fear is a normal emotion both during and following a terrible event. Fear causes the body to go through a number of split-second modifications that aid in defending against or avoiding danger. This … Continue reading Try these self help strategies to manage PTSD
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental health disorder that occurs in people who have experienced a stunning, terrifying, or deadly event. It is normal to experience fear both during and after a distressing event. In order to defend against … Continue reading How to grow past your Trauma – A Guide to Post Traumatic Growth
A treatment path which directly exposes the suffer to the stimuli. This would be carried out under the supervision of a trained therapist and is about confronting the fear. An example could be a client who has an inhibiting fear of flying. One aspect of the treatment could involve them visiting an airport and actually boarding a plane. They will not do this alone as they will be accompanied by a trained therapist. Throughout the event the client is encouraged to practice calming techniques, such as controlled breathing. Continue reading How to use Exposure Therapy Methods
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychiatric disorder that may occur in people who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event such as a natural disaster, a serious accident, a terrorist act, war/combat, or rape or who have been threatened with … Continue reading 3 ways to manage PTSD at Home that work!