Category: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

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Jun2020

Internal PPE

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June 25, 2020
Knowing how and when to use our internal PPE makes healing possible.     Original Post June 24, 2020 on Jan Kwiatkowski at JDK Counseling on YouTube Jan Kwiatkowski is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) practicing in the State of WI and has ... Read More

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Jun2020
What does it take to be resilient when it feels like the world is falling apart around you? It takes resilience. It is possible to learn or sharpen skills that will help you emerge from this time a strong, healthy, and whole human being. Please share with anyone who might ... Read More

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Apr2020
  We are all under so much stress dealing with Covid-19 right now, which can lead to us being more on edge, snappy, and simply not feeling like ourselves. Why is this? It’s a basic survival response built into ... Read More

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Jan2020

Trauma

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January 16, 2020
When one thinks of trauma and PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) the image of a combat solider often comes to mind. The truth is, anyone can experience a traumatic event and not everyone will have the same response to it. Not everyone that is exposed to a trauma will experience ... Read More

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Aug2019
Here are some simple, effective things you can start doing to protect children... The phrase “child sexual abuse” makes most people feel concerned, especially parents and caregivers. Many have questioned if they should change their lifestyles so they don’t have to hire a babysitter or ... Read More

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Aug2019
Are you feeling Anxious or experiencing a Panic Attack? Original Blog July 8, 2019 on Michele Seeley, LPC PLLC - Online Therapy for Women: Easy Mindfulness Exercise. Check out more of my Blogs on my website Michele Seeley, LPC PLLC - Online Therapy for Women. ... Read More

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Apr2019
Welcome To CAST WELLNESS ONLINE!The purpose of this video is for a quick introduction to CAST WELLNESS ONLINE and welcoming online therapy into your life.If you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out to us directly. Original Post April 02, 2019 ... Read More

22

Apr2019
Individuals who suffer from Insomnia tend to hold myths about sleep which may be maintaining sleep problems. For instance, many people believe they need 10 hours of sleep a night or that they need to go to bed at a certain time. These myths can cause harm as you will ... Read More

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Apr2019
Invalidation is denying or ignoring a person’s emotional experience and communicating that their thoughts or feelings are not valid or wrong. Invalidation hurts the most when you feel like people are not listening to you, misunderstanding or minimizing what you are saying, or you feel that you are being ignored. Invalidation ... Read More

13

Mar2019
Welcome To My First Video/Vlog! The purpose of this video is for you, the client, to get to know me a little better. This video is also aimed for you to see how your experience would be in session, to discuss some of my viewpoints of therapy, and also to discuss ... Read More