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Arien Smith Jun 15
You fought against horrific and you survived—I don’t know anything stronger than that. If you’re feeling weak, despite all you have pulled through, give this video a watch. It will help you see your strength.
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HelpFor Trauma Jun 12
Trauma is treatable. It doesn’t take years to do it.
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PsiStreams 💚 59s
In this segment we discuss the trauma our face and answer audience questions about flashbacks.
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Trauma Informed Scotland Jun 12
Hello! We’re here to create a space for those interested in the development of trauma informed practice and the creation of trauma informed environments. To share news, ideas, developments,ask questions, create connection.
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Sarah Peyton Jun 13
Some of the most useable research ever for recovering from ...
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a PAINful reminder 6h
Occipital neuralgia is a chronic disorder caused by irritation or to occipital nerve located in back of scalp which can result from physical , , or repeated contraction of muscles of neck.
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Demie Lloyd 9h
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Ada Akajimba 14h
An exposé on According to , trauma is the challenging emotional consequences that living through a distressing event can have for an individual. It is the lasting emotional response that often results…
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Dr. James F. Zender Jun 12
as Disconnection with Self via PsychToday
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PsiStreams 💚 Jun 10
Getting ready for Sunday with a little science! is an injury NOT an illness!
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NaTasha Rowe Gudehus 10h
Spring 2019 Trauma Informed School Conference.
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Jaliya Temple Jun 13
"Think happy thoughts!" is impossible for anyone traumatized in infancy, before cognition develops. Regulation and attuned relation must be instilled before survivors can reason as adults.
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Dan 7h
Does he have a sterile sepsis from SIRS?
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I had a great time leading the session "I'm Sad, Mad & Traumatized" at . We had 400 attendees! So much positive energy from amazing educators who are working hard to support all students! (Photo credit = )
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The Coalition is comprised of more than two dozen professional organizations representing frontline health care providers committed to advancing public policy that strengthens our nation’s trauma care system. More here:
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