Trauma, whether it is a head injury or a traumatic experience, can have a significant impact on our emotional and mental health. In this blog -Managing Moods After Trauma, we look to understand a little more about our emotions and how trauma impacts them.
In this blog - Overcoming the Effects of Large T Trauma: A Journey towards Emotional Well-Being, we will be focusing specifically on the causes of large T trauma and how they can impact an individual's mental health.
In this blog, we will explore the causes of small t trauma and the ways in which they can affect mental health.
In this article, we'll explore why trauma management exercises are important and how they can help you manage the effects of trauma.
In this blog, we talk a little about trauma and dive into a guide to treatment options and how these treatments can help you heal from trauma.
Have you ever wondered why you sometimes jump when you're startled? Do you wonder why you have a harder time handling stress and anxiety than your family or friends do? Part of the reason might lay in your brain and a tiny almond-shaped part called the amygdala – the amazing amygdala.
The current mainstream treatment options for Trauma & PTSD may only represent a small part of what is possible therapeutically. So what are some new and emerging treatments we should really consider?
TRE - Trauma Release Exercises - In this blog we discuss how our bodies handle trauma, what TRE actually is and how it can benefit you.
In this blog, we will take a closer look at what really causes trauma to get stuck in the nervous system. We'll explore the biological reasons we are so susceptible to trauma and learn that those same reasons hold the key to healing trauma. And finally, we'll briefly outline the present and future of effective trauma treatment from a patient-centered, practical and human perspective. But first, a bit of science is essential to set the stage.
An amygdala hijack is a term used to describe a sudden and overwhelming emotional response that is triggered by a perceived threat. So what are some of the symptoms of an amygdala attack? and how can we prevent them from happening?