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Gentle Reprocessing, a book by Diane Spindler

Though no one knows for sure, it appears that trauma changes the wiring in the brain. According to Earl Grey, PhD,*normally when we take in information through our five senses, it reports to the center (the hippocampus) of our brain for processing. Continue reading

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How Trauma Affects Veterans and the Hope It Can Be Reversed

How PTSD affects veterans and what does it look like in their everyday life. Continue reading

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Do You Have Trauma in Your Past or Who Would Have Known That’s a Trauma

When most people think about trauma, they have a very limited view of what a trauma or Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) is. Usually they will think of veterans coming back from a bloody war or a woman being brutally raped. … Continue reading

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What Constitutes Trauma

Trauma is stored in four different ways in a personʼs system; the actual event, the emotions around that event, the body sensations where these emotions are stored and a set of negative beliefs attached to the event. So if the … Continue reading

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Could Trauma Be a Major Cause of Mental Health Symptoms?

Looking at the way psychotherapists approach therapy and what that means to the client. Continue reading

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