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Me Too: Understanding Trauma Reactions to Sexual Assault/Abuse

The following is written with sexual assault and abuse survivors in mind, but the general concepts listed below have generalizable applicability to other forms of trauma and psychological abuse as Read More

Trauma Therapy: What to Know

Given the nature of trauma itself, it is extremely important for those seeking services to be able to choose their treatment option and therapeutic match wisely. Presently, there are many Read More

Trauma: Psychological Abuse

Invisible… every time I say the word Abuse I brace - No Witness No One to believe that the sky is not purple but blue like Me Speaking the Unspeakable: The Trauma of Ongoing Psychological Abuse As I begin describing some aspects and effects Read More

Invisible Trauma

It is customary to define or describe trauma or tragedy by what has been made visible and evident: the aftermath of natural disasters, bruises of domestic violence, and injuries of Read More

Grief Therapy: Coping with Loss

Loss: the one thing we all have in common.It is also the one thing we often find so difficult to talk about on both individual and social levels. In fact, Read More

Symptoms and Struggles

Symptoms and struggles often have a relational origin. Take, for example, a person who continues to be taken advantage of because they feel they must give and give in order Read More

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