Clients who tend to blame other people for their problems can be uniquely challenging to work with. And sometimes, that’s because they struggle to consider their own role in a situation. So how can we help them reframe their perspective and start to shift out of a blame mindset? Well according to Ron Siegel, PsyD, […]
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Could people who experience PTSD hold a potential key to relief right in the palm of their hand? I’m talking about a smartphone app that could help reduce symptoms of PTSD. Back in 2011, the U.S. Veterans Affairs National Center for PTSD developed the app, PTSD Coach, to help veterans suffering from posttraumatic symptoms. Since […]
Could Thanksgiving be the best night’s sleep you’ll get all year? According to research, the answer might be yes . . . . . . but it isn’t because of the turkey. You see, a pioneering study from 2009 looked at whether another Thanksgiving staple could have sleep benefits. I’m talking about gratitude. Alex Wood, […]
Now that we’ve wrapped up the Treating Trauma Master Series, I’d like to take a moment to thank you again for tuning in. 51,850 practitioners joined us for one or more sessions of the program. We believe the work you do with people who’ve experienced trauma is so important. That’s why we made it our […]