Can trauma be good for you in some cases?
PTSD has a long history, but a short period of formal recognition.
Can an illegal drug prove to be a game changer in the treatment of PTSD?
What happens to people who help those with traumatic experience? Compassion fatigue, burnout, vicarious trauma, and more.
In which I discuss trigger warnings in the context of fears, anxiety, and how we treat such, thereby showing some of the problems inherent with TWs.
In which the question “Can people who aren’t soldiers get PTSD?” and answered with a resounding yes.
In which we discuss the most effective types of therapies and medications used in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder.
In which I attempt to answer the question which is the title of the post.
In which one of my students looks at what Dissociative Identity Disorder (formerly called Multiple Personality Disorder) actually is, and whether the media gets it right or not.
Earlier today, Moore and south Oklahoma City were hit with an absolutely devastating tornado that appears as if it will eclipse the infamous May 3rd, 1999 storms as the worst to ever hit Oklahoma. While tornadoes are not exactly rare in Oklahoma (we have more per square mile than anywhere else on earth), this particular one destroyed multiple schools and carved it’s way right through a major city.