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Interviewing a New Trauma Therapist – Questions For Dissociative Survivors to Keep in Mind

Are you looking for a new trauma therapist? Do you need to find a therapist that specializes in trauma disorders?

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Trauma Stigma – We Are Only As Sick As Our Secrets

I had a reminder recently of the stigma facing those dealing with trauma related to childhood abuse.  I have encountered this before of course, perhaps vicariously, during my 20 plus years in the trauma treatment trenches.  As a psychologist specializing in treating trauma I am well aware that many people do not want to be reminded of the less than pleasant aspects of life.  Even mentioning what I do for a living can get me interesting responses, or sometimes just shut down the conversation altogether.

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How to Deal With a Trauma: 7 Steps to Take After a Car Accident

Minor car accidents are one of the many little traumas we encounter in life. What may seem minor at the time, however, can become something major if the effects of the trauma are ignored. We can deal with these traumas with a very easy technique that will stop them from becoming big traumas that stay in the body and wreak havoc later in life.

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