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The links below will bring you to a sign up sheet offering you an automated series of information to help with different aspects of recovery. These techniques are for panic, depression, trauma and/or PTSD. They are not meant as a substitute for therapy. Please seek therapy if you need in order to get through the symptoms you are experiencing.
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Are my symptoms interfering with my life?
Sometimes symptoms of depression, anxiety, or PTSD don’t seem to obviously interfere with our daily lives. But what if these symptoms are? Click on the link below to obtain a free PDF of 5 signs your symptoms may be interfering with your life.
PTSD for First Responders
Do you ever wonder whether you have PTSD or whether you will ever be free of these symptoms? I am passionate about helping people overcome the affects of trauma, whether they can come into my office or not. Click the link below to obtain free access to eight separate newsletters consisting of educational material including a checklist to determine whether you may have PTSD and myth-busting tips about PTSD. Please remember the information provided in my newsletters are purely educational and are not meant to and should not be used as a substitute for professional help.
How do I help someone I love who has PTSD?
PTSD does not only affect the person diagnosed with it. It affects everyone that person cares about as well. If you know someone diagnosed with PTSD (or even if you just suspect they might have PTSD), this is a good place for you to start. I’m sure you have a lot of questions about how to help them and what you can do for them and for yourself. Helping Someone with PTSD will give you one week of tools and information for you to start understanding and helping yourself and your loved one.
Depression is so rampant in our society. Depression robs us of so much including who we truly are. Click the link below to obtain free access to 15 newsletters consisting of educational material including tips and activities designed to help you or a loved one understand depression and its effects as well as a few tips on how to handle depression. Please remember the information provided in my newsletters are purely educational and are not meant to and should not be used as a substitute for professional help.
Trauma happens in many ways and affects the body and the brain. PTSD is more of an injury than a disease. How much do you know about trauma’s effects on the brain and body? Are you ready to learn more AND get some tools to turn off the anxiety, racing thoughts, panic, irritability and other symptoms that have been holding you back? Please remember the information provided in my newsletters are purely educational and are not meant to and should not be used as a substitute for professional help.