Facing Trauma

By |2024-03-05T10:48:30-06:00December 8th, 2014|Trauma|

Trauma is everywhere.  Trauma happens to our friends, our families, and ourselves.  Research by the [...]

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Using Trauma Research to Improve PTSD Treatment

By |2012-02-05T16:13:21-06:00February 5th, 2012|Trauma|

“We teach families about how the brain works at the very beginning of treatment,” says trauma specialist, Brad Rentfro, LPC. “Knowing that they can actually change and heal at the neurobiological level really gives them a sense of tangible hope and helps accelerate progress.”

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Parenting and PTSD

By |2024-03-05T17:09:50-06:00February 2nd, 2012|Trauma|

Working through the parents’ PTSD symptoms can, in turn, help them cope with their daughter’s trauma. Once they understand that their daughter will be okay, the denial often breaks and real progress in family system can occur.

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Signs of PTSD in Teens

By |2011-10-29T09:48:42-06:00October 29th, 2011|Trauma|

PTSD is marked by chronic, persistent, and sometimes debilitating emotional distress related to a traumatic event. Once almost exclusively associated with soldiers returning from battle, PTSD is a diagnosis assigned to people in all walks of life, including children and teens.

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