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What Is a “Little t” Trauma?

What Is a “Little t” Trauma?

By Jaime Castillo, LCSW, author of What Happened to Make You Anxious? “Trauma” has become a big buzzword in recent conversations about mental health. As we have collectively become more… READ MORE

Anxiety in Session

Anxiety in Session

By Christina Reese, PhD We’ve all been there. A client is sharing a traumatic experience. They are talking about an incident of anxiety during the week. Or, they are having… READ MORE

The Many Masks of Trauma

The Many Masks of Trauma

By Russ Harris, author of Trauma-Focused ACT “Trauma” is the Greek word for “wound,” and “psyche” is the Latin word for “soul.” From these ancient words, we get both the… 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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