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What Everyone Needs to Know About PTSD

What Everyone Needs to Know About PTSD

An intense or life-threatening event can cause anyone to experience Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Clinical psychologist and PTSD expert Sheila Rauch explains how to move forward.

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How do you know someone is ready for the trauma work?
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How do you keep track when other life stressors start getting in the way of trauma work?
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How do you engage clients who are very dissociated from their trauma?
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Who do you feel is an ideal candidate for PE vs CPT?
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Can children (or adults later in life) have PTSD after school bullying?
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What are the best tips for making PE effective?
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Can PE be done with video-recording?
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What is the rationale behind the PE treatment? And how is PTSD conceptualised in the PE framework?
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Does prolonged exposure slow down the cognitive process? If cognition is slower are symptoms such as flashbacks less likely to occur?
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I'm working with a combat veteran who is significantly impacted by guilt. Any suggestions of how to provide the best therapy?
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