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

Officers’ Wellness Program: Coping with Professional Trauma & PTSD – Segment 3

Officer’s Wellness Program is dedicated to Correctional and Police officers, as well as veterans. The goal of these series is to increase awareness of professional trauma, understand the physiological and psychological impact of trauma, and talk about constructive prevention and coping with professional trauma. The 4 segments address the questions of: Why is it important… Read More »

Binaural Beats Music for P.T.S.D & Grief

To all of my amazing family members and all of my military friends and followers. This was made with lots of love and with you in mind. You are constantly in my thoughts and prayers. I hope this helps. If so, please share it with someone you love. I believe in you and I wish… Read More »

Traumatic Childbirth

Author and educator, Penny Simkin offers an introduction to the serious topic of traumatic childbirth including symptoms of PTSD and suggestions for facilitating postpartum recovery from a traumatic birth experience. Traumatic childbirth occurs in as many as 25 -34 per cent of all births. Approximately one-third of those women may develop Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).… Read More »

PTSD & Healing Hurt People

Healing Hurt People works with young people in Philadelphia who are seen in the emergency room for violent injuries (gunshot, stab, or assault wounds). Read more at OC87 Recovery Diaries and public television station WHYY have collaborated to team up with first-time filmmakers to create a new series of videos that tell inspiring journeys of… Read More »

Post Traumatic Stress and Cannabis: Mary Kutsch of Colorado 2014

Mary and Bill have been married for decades. As long as they have been together, they have shared the hidden tragedies of the Vietnam conflict. Though it was Bill who was actually exposed to Agent Orange, there in Vietnam, now over 40 years ago, the complications that followed, both from the Agent Orange, and the… Read More »

FIRST RESPONDER PTSD

Arriving on the scene of a horrific accident can be traumatic for first responders. PTSD — or post-traumatic stress disorder — is something police and paramedics are talking more and more about, but for volunteer firefighters – after the initial trauma, another issue looms. Raquel Fletcher explains. 2015, Focus Saskatchewan. Source: Youtube

Dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Nov 25 2014

Dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder gets to the root of many of the issues facing Canada’s First Nations Communities. Gerald Kiesman from Restoring Balance Consulting along with Naomi Esquaga, and Denise Bouchard-Wood talk about the issue with James Murray in the NetNewsLedger Studio. Gerald had just completed a workshop at the Lake Helen First… Read More »

Veterans and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – Vet PTSD Help

Veterans and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – Vet PTSD Help By special permission, I am presenting you the Show Us Don’t Tell Us episode that I had the honor of hosting on 05-16-16 PTSD is devastating. There is no doubt about that assessment. The way the veterans in America are treated is a shame upon… Read More »

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

No copyright infringement intended. “”Now, After” (PTSD From A Soldier’s POV) [contains Graphic Imagery].” YouTube. Blue Three Productions, 2 Dec. 2010. Web. 17 Dec. 2014. “Remembering D-Day: Interview with US World War II Veteran on the Landing in Normandy, June 6, 1944.” YouTube. Usembassybrussels, 2 June 2010. Web. 17 Dec. 2014. Source: Youtube

Trauma-Related Disorders

Individuals with these disorders are exposed to a stressful or traumatic event, leading to a variety of responses, ranging from anxiety to depression, from social withdrawal to reliving the event or events over and over again. What makes these disorders so unique is how intrinsically tied they are to their inciting incidents. In fact, Trauma-… Read More »

Noah, the Flood, and Spiritual Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (Harris Bond on Genesis Chs. 8-9)

God informs us that “the intentions of man’s heart is evil from his youth,” and pastor Bond makes a brilliant connection between the consequences of sin and our mental health issues and the natural origins of evil within the human soul. If a person lives long enough, they will feel the evil effects of original… Read More »