PTSD Test

Many people experience stress and trauma on a day-to-day basis. But sometimes, certain factors leave remarkably negative imprints on the mind that are hard to move past. These negative experiences often lead to posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a psychiatric condition characterized by flashbacks of a negative event that happened in the past. PTSD can be […]

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Vicarious Trauma

Healthcare professionals, first responders, and many other experts have cared for trauma survivors for years. As they effectively extend their health, support, and empathy to these survivors, many acquire secondhand trauma symptoms from them through a phenomenon now being recognized as vicarious trauma. Vicarious trauma has recently emerged as a severe occupational challenge, especially for […]

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PTSD and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Despite millions of people suffering from trauma, the new buzzword in town, only a handful of people truly acknowledge its true definition, symptoms, and effects on life. Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a common consequence of longstanding trauma, is a serious psychological disease that occurs secondary to extreme violence, stress, or loss. While experts first picked […]

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PTSD Statistics

As per posttraumatic stress disorder statistics, a comparatively small proportion of trauma survivors acquire PTSD. However, PTSD facts and data reveal that this disorder is more prevalent than many people believe.

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Fawning Trauma

Pete Walker coined the concept “fawning” in his book “Complex PTSD: From Surviving to Thriving. Fawning, also known as the fawn response, is a type of people-pleasing conduct used to handle disputes, gain relational security, and obtain approval from others. 

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Trauma Residential Treatment

Trauma disorders, also recognized as trauma and stressor-related disorders, are the natural result of shocking and distressing events. Experiencing child abuse, domestic violence, sexual abuse, severe neglect (typically as a child), wars, natural disasters, the unexpected demise of a loved one, or violent crime can all lead to traumatic disorders (as either a witness or a victim). […]

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PTSD Inpatient Treatment

Mental health professionals have realized that living with Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can have a massive effect on your everyday life, which is why inpatient and residential PTSD recovery centers across the country can help you with your condition, walk you through the multiple treatments available, and develop a treatment plan to help alleviate the symptoms of this disorder. […]

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What to Do When Someone With PTSD Pushes You Away

orm can have far-reaching and debilitating effects on life, often emerging as a condition called post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

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PTSD From Emotional Abuse

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is frequently linked to physical trauma, such as physical abuse, war, or sexual assault. However, mental health professionals have discovered that emotional abuse can also result in PTSD. This form of trauma, however, comes under a different type of PTSD called complex post-traumatic stress disorder (C-PTSD). Management by professionals can help in […]

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Does PTSD Go Away

PTSD is often fully reversible. However, there are sometimes long-term consequences. When PTSD sustains for a long time, dealing with it can be a miserable experience for a variety of reasons,

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