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Are We Doing Institutional Abuse Treatment Wrong?

Surviving Family Events

Christmas, Passover, Thanksgiving, weddings, funerals, birthdays, graduations, reunions, any special occasion… wonderful in theory, but can be challenging in real life. Here are some of the most common types of

How to Shop for EMDR Training

EMDR is arguably the leading trauma therapy, but many or most therapists who obtain EMDR training don’t end up using it much. This is largely due to inadequate training. Unfortunately,

Can we stop rape culture now please?

Last Thursday I didn’t get much work done because I was watching the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing in which Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and Judge Brett Kavanaugh testified. And then

Exercise to Support Trauma Healing

They say you can’t run away from your problems. That’s certainly true when it comes to post-traumatic stress: although pushing the memories, thoughts, and feelings aside can provide some quick

Yoga and Trauma Healing

You don’t have to be Hindu, or spiritual, to do Yoga, a Hindu spiritual practice that involves prescribed physical activities as well as breathing and mindfulness exercises. Over 20 million

Massage Therapy Can Support Trauma Healing

If I could get my trauma therapy done by lying down and receiving massages, I’d definitely do it! Wouldn’t you? Unfortunately, it doesn’t work that way. Memory reconsolidation – the

Mindfulness and Trauma Healing

Mindfulness is rightly enjoying considerable popularity lately. Mindfulness is a practice of non-judgmental awareness of thoughts and feelings as they arise in moment-to-moment experience. Mindful awareness is correlated with increased