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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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 […]
In a conversation about PTSD, my colleague, Pat Ogden, PhD told me that many of her clients struggling with PTSD also had insecure attachments. Often, these clients were veterans whose insecure attachments predisposed them to develop PTSD after combat. This conversation got me wondering whether there were other predictors of PTSD aside from insecure attachment. […]
Is there a link between PTSD and our body’s immune response? Well, current research published in the Journal of Brain, Behavior, and Immunity has stretched beyond focusing on what happens to the body’s nervous and endocrine systems after trauma. . . . . . and researchers have discovered a connection between trauma and the body’s […]