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Why Hyperarousal After Trauma Is So Common

Why Hyperarousal After Trauma Is So Common

By Jennifer Sweeton, PsyD, author of Traumatic Stress Recovery Workbook Traumatic experiences frequently result in “one trial learning,” meaning that a single event, or experience, can alter brain structure and/or… READ MORE

Leave Toxic Shame Behind

Leave Toxic Shame Behind

By Sherrie Campbell, PhD, author of Adult Survivors of Toxic Family Members What is toxic shame? It’s a poisonous mixture of painful feelings, including but not limited to regret, overwhelming… READ MORE

Justice is Therapeutic

Justice is Therapeutic

By Thema Bryant, PhD, coauthor of The Antiracism Handbook While many psychology models focus solely on shifting thoughts and coping with emotions, social-justice-oriented approaches such as multicultural feminist psychology and… READ MORE

Healing Sexual Trauma

Healing Sexual Trauma

By Erika Shershun, MA, MFT, author of Healing Sexual Trauma Workbook Trauma is the result of experiencing an overwhelming event without the internal and external resources necessary to integrate that… READ MORE

Rewriting Your Hero Story

Rewriting Your Hero Story

By Janina Scarlet, PhD, author of Super-Women I have always loved stories—stories about amazing heroes, knights, and warriors who went on amazing adventures, defeating evil villains and saving the day…. READ MORE

The Hidden Wounds from Adverse Childhood Experiences

The Hidden Wounds from Adverse Childhood Experiences

By Glenn R. Schiraldi, PhD, author of The Adverse Childhood Experiences Recovery Workbook Abundant research over the last twenty years has consistently shown that adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) strongly predict scores of… READ MORE

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