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Doctor: PTSD a Concern For Boys Pulled From Cave

(10 Jul 2018) Thailand’s navy SEALs say all 12 boys and their soccer coach have been rescued from a flooded cave in far northern Thailand, ending an ordeal that lasted more than two weeks. An emergency medicine physician at the University of Chicago, Dr. Allison Tothy, says the rescued boys should make a quick recovery… Read More »

Veteran Using Agnihotra for PTSD

#Agnihotra #homatherapy is a Successful non-prescription #AlternativeTherapy for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder #PTSD #Veteran Christopher Broom was an outpatient at the Martinsburg Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center in Martinsburg, WV. Mr. Broom implemented a very successful PTSD treatment program at the center using Alternative techniques. #PostTraumaticStressDisorder #holistichealth #naturalremedies #Ayurveda #stressprogram #medical #veteranprograms #stressrelief #mentalhealth #therapy… Read More »

Drowning in Empathy: The Cost of Vicarious Trauma | Amy Cunningham | TEDxSanAntonio

Caregivers and emergency responders are empathetic individuals who risk suffering from Compassion Fatigue, a form of PTSD that is treatable using the steps described in Amy’s presentation. Amy Cunningham has spent twelve years working with non-profits and mental health organizations, focused on assisting adolescents in overcoming trauma and redefining their lives. In 2011, she developed… Read More »

Resilience in a Traumatic World | Valerie Anderson | TEDxUCCS

Valerie Anderson discusses resilience as it relates to trauma. Dr. Valerie Anderson is the Clinic Director of the Veterans Health and Trauma Clinic at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs. She currently works on developing research-informed and theoretically-based interventions to assist military clients and mental health providers address post-traumatic stress, secondary traumatic stress and job… Read More »