Journaling for self-empowerment

Journaling can be a powerful tool for self-empowerment. Here are some journal prompts that can help you explore your thoughts, feelings, and aspirations, and encourage self-empowerment: Remember, journaling is a personal and reflective practice. Feel free to modify or expand upon these prompts based on your individual needs and experiences. The goal is to exploreContinue reading “Journaling for self-empowerment”

Adjunctive treatments for PTSD

People often ask what types of treatments are available for PTSD. Adjunctive treatments are additional therapies or interventions used alongside primary treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) to enhance overall symptom reduction and recovery. While the primary treatment for PTSD typically involves evidence-based therapies such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) or eye movement desensitization and reprocessingContinue reading “Adjunctive treatments for PTSD”

How to Manage Anxiety: Techniques & Support

Managing anxiety can be a multi-faceted process that may require a combination of strategies. Here are some techniques that can help: Remember, everyone’s experience with anxiety is unique, so it may take some trial and error to find the strategies that work best for you. If your anxiety persists or significantly interferes with your dailyContinue reading “How to Manage Anxiety: Techniques & Support”

What is EMDR?

EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy. It is a psychotherapy technique that was originally developed to help individuals overcome the effects of traumatic experiences. EMDR has since been used to treat a range of psychological issues and has gained popularity as an effective therapy for trauma-related disorders. During an EMDR session, theContinue reading “What is EMDR?”

Post-traumatic Growth

Post-traumatic growth (PTG) is a concept that describes the positive psychological changes that can occur as a result of experiencing and coping with a traumatic event or significant life challenge. PTG suggests that individuals have the potential to not only recover from trauma but also to grow and thrive in its aftermath. While trauma canContinue reading “Post-traumatic Growth”