Tag Archives: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (Disease Or Medical Condition)

We All Have PTSD

Please watch: “Attn: Call Center Survivors. My Book Press One for Murder is on Amazon” –~– We All Have PTSD Since 911 I have noticed a lot of “walking wounded”, people with that 1000 mile stare. You know the type, the person with that vacant look in their eyes as if they have just seen… Read More »

The Darkside of Post Traumatic Stress Injury pt. 2

Dealing with narcissistic abuse while experiencing symptoms of post traumatic stress injury can compound the aftermath of narcissistic abuse. However, there is hope in finding the strength, courage and passion to continue to thrive forward. By learning the tools necessary to emotionally integrate and heal, while thriving forward, can be quite the game changer!! Please… Read More »

Experiencing Symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Injury is a Part of the Journey

There are times that one might forget that dealing with challenges such as; symptoms of PTSD, narcissism, dysfunctional family, toxic relationships and bad romances; is a part of the life journey to existing as a person who has developed a higher consciousness. May this video inspire you to continue to thrive forward!! Please leave comments… Read More »

What is prolonged exposure for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? | Rogers Behavioral Health

What is prolonged exposure for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)? | Rogers Behavioral Health Prolonged exposure is a type of cognitive behavioral therapy used for patients with posttraumatic stress disorder to help them change their relationships with thoughts and feelings regarding the event. Discussed by Dr. Wetterneck. If you or someone you know is struggling, Rogers… Read More »

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) | Rogers Behavioral Health

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) | Rogers Behavioral Health Rogers provides partial hospitalization for single-incident posttraumatic stress disorder utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy. Discussed by Dr. Wetterneck. If you or someone you know is struggling, Rogers can help. Visit rogersbh.org or call 800-767-4411. Rogers Behavioral Health: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: YouTube: LinkedIn: Google+: Source: Youtube