What You Need to Know About These 4 Trauma Responses

What You Need to Know About These 4 Trauma Responses

Understanding what trauma responses are and how they affect your brain can help you spot these behaviors in yourself and others. After you understand these responses better, you can look for ways to cope with them. Coping with traumatic responses takes time and patience. It’s a good idea to make sure you have reasonable expectations for yourself.

Ready for Lasting Recovery? How Trauma-focused CBT Can Help

Ready for Lasting Recovery? How Trauma-focused CBT Can Help

Trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral therapy, or TF-CBT, can make a tremendous difference in your recovery. This is an evidence-based treatment model designed to help people overcome the negativity of traumatic experiences. This method is effective after multiple or single traumatic events. The idea behind TF-CBT is to help traumatized individuals fully process their trauma. There is also a significant focus on how to cope with the emotional stress of trauma.

How Brainspotting Supports Trauma Recovery

How Brainspotting Supports Trauma Recovery

Brainspotting is a type of therapy that uses a person’s vision to help them process trauma. The area of our brains responsible for motion, consciousness, and emotions is the subcortical brain. Using certain spots in your vision to help you tap into this part of the...
See Suicide Coming: How to Recognize the Risks

See Suicide Coming: How to Recognize the Risks

Suicide is a death caused by self-inflicted injury. In these situations, the person inflicts this harm intending to die. It’s a preventable outcome of some mental illnesses. Learning the risk factors and warning signs can help you protect yourself and others from this...
Workplace Trauma: How to Know If You’re Suffering

Workplace Trauma: How to Know If You’re Suffering

Workplace trauma can be difficult to recover from, and often it goes unnoticed. Toxic workplaces have very real effects on the mental health of their workers. Employees often cite layoffs and violence as traumatic events. These and workplace accidents that result in...