PTSD Treatments And Support Strategies To Accelerate Recovery

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Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can occur when you’ve experienced a traumatic event, witnessed a traumatic event, or are repeatedly exposed to details about a traumatic event. Some may even develop post-traumatic stress disorder after learning someone close to them experienced or was affected by a traumatic event. Continue reading […]

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Recovering From A Traumatic Workplace Experience: 3 Steps to Wellness

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Trauma can result from a number of events that happen in the workplace. Death of a co-worker or client, witnessing an accident, or being the victim of abuse. Even events such as downsizing or re-location can be perceived as traumatic and have long-lasting effects on one’s psyche. It is normal to feel anxiety, guilt, or Continue reading […]

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What Is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder?

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Many of us may know someone who suffers from posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or you’ve seen it depicted in movies. But you may not know what it is. PTSD is a psychiatric response that can occur in people who experienced or witnessed a traumatic event or circumstances. Their interpretation of these events may impact their Continue reading […]

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