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Is TRAUMA THERAPY possible if we DISSOCIATE? | Kati Morton

Is TRAUMA THERAPY possible if we DISSOCIATE? | Kati Morton

Hey everybody thanks for checking back I have Dr. Alexa Altman here with me and we’re doing a series of videos about trauma, trauma therapy, all the things that entails. So if you haven’t subscribed make sure that you do and if you haven’t watched our other videos together please do that first because we’re […]

Music Therapy For PTSD

Music Therapy For PTSD

we’re kicking things off with our story of inspiration a veteran shares how music helps him with post-traumatic stress disorder Ryan Shannon first joined the Navy almost 10 years ago training to work as a Submariner I was really excited to move my career long I was the first in my my family to join […]

What is EMDR Therapy? Mental Health w Kati Morton

What is EMDR Therapy? Mental Health w Kati Morton

Today we’re talking, drumroll please, about EMDR Therapy. What is it and why do we use it? *Intro Music* So, what is EMDR? Well, EMDR stands for eye movement desensitization and reprocessing. I know that that’s a mouthful, but it honestly is very descriptive as to what EMDR is, And we’ll get into it, and […]

What is Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) [for posttraumatic stress disorder]?

What is Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) [for posttraumatic stress disorder]?

Dr. Monson The main way in which CPT works is to look at the way people have made sense of the traumatic event, and there are some ways in which you’ve made sense of it that can keep you stuck in the trauma memories, and they keep occurring because you haven’t really developed a story […]

Recognizing Symptoms of Trauma with Bessel van der Kolk

Recognizing Symptoms of Trauma with Bessel van der Kolk

What can happen when trauma symptoms go undiagnosed. For example could behaviors like substance abuse, relationship problems, or even eating disorders stem from experiences of childhood trauma. You see when trauma occurs at an early age it effects development in many ways. And this can cause reactions that differ from what we see in adults […]

How Horse Therapy Helps HIV and AIDS Community | NBC Left Field

For the last 20 years, Sunnie Rose has used horses to help those infected and affected by HIV and AIDS in California. Horses are stoic, they’re regal, they’re understanding, they’re kind and they can be your best friend. This week, Tag is back, on horseback that is, because of a comment from Kevin. He told […]

PTSD MUSIC THERAPY

PTSD MUSIC THERAPY

  – Inside the doors at the James J. Howard Clinic   in Brick, New Jersey,   you can hear a few good notes being played.   [Playing Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy”]   With viola in hand, Dr. Mary Rorro   steps out of her psychiatrist role   to bring a different type of healing […]

Finding the Right Therapist – 5 Tips from a Navy SEAL

About a month ago I did a video on how I personally deal with social anxiety and I had no idea how many people deal with social anxiety or how many people that would actually resonate with that got almost a million views and just over two weeks and we got a ton of emails […]