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What is Written Exposure Therapy for PTSD?

Written Exposure Therapy (WET) is a breakthrough evidence-based treatment for PTSD.

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Supplementing Therapy with Meditation

A Six Step Guide by Detrauma Therapy can be mentally exhausting, especially therapy for PTSD. Thankfully, meditation exists to mitigate some of these effects. Studies show that meditation has multiple therapeutic effects, including reducing anxiety, lowering blood pressure, and boosting your mood. This six step infographic will help the Detrauma user supplement their own therapy […]

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The Pandemic and Access to Therapy

It can be assumed the coronavirus outbreak has impacted our daily life, but what does it mean to our clients seeking help from the counseling community?  It is crucial to understand the social ramifications perpetuated by the outbreak including people experiencing vulnerability, lack of safety, stress and trauma related symptoms as a result of a […]

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Stop anxiety, nightmares and insomnia for better sleep.

Stop anxiety, nightmares and insomnia for a better night’s sleep.

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Trauma is not the End: Written Exposure Therapy

It is easy to let trauma, anxiety, and grief overpower and take a front-row seat in your life. Often times, students and recently graduated professionals do not even recognize the influence trauma is having on them. In daily life, it can find its way into your work or study and prevent you from achieving the […]

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Detrauma – Tailoring PTSD Therapy for Communities in Need

From Beauty to Pain War Trauma To begin with, the Syrian war created an endless list of unresolved problems. Namely, the refugee crisis. For insight, there are more than five million Syrian refugees. Equally important are the psychological impacts engraved in the sufferers of the war. As of today, civilians have been putting up with […]

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How are you, really? Help yourself now.

Living in a COVID world has only aggravated mental illness, especially for those who work in healthcare. Rising death rates, economic instability, and social isolation are all symptoms of a problem that healthcare professionals see day in and day out. Interacting with patients suffering physically and mentally, as well as those who can’t afford to […]

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The stress of college and a pandemic is real

Life in college can be stressful. In fact, 67-84% of students reported experiencing a traumatic event in their lives. 6-17% of those people experience symptoms of PTSD. These symptoms can make school even more stressful. Therapy is a time commitment, and having to balance school, work, and other extracurriculars can create a schedule that is […]

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Overcoming trauma on your own time

Make peace with yourself through written exposure therapy for PTSD. Trauma, grief, and post-traumatic stress disorder are common occurrences in post-conflict areas. Many casualties of war are civilians, and those who survive may still have recurring symptoms of anxiety, nightmares, fear, flashbacks, dissociation, and more. Although your country may be at peace now, it is […]

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Tips to tackle your trauma in three steps (infographic)

Ready to recover from trauma and PTSD symptoms, but don’t know where to start? Should you try EMDR first, start a gratitude journal, dive into exposure therapy, or practice yoga? Trauma recovery is a three stage process, and you’ll recover faster and more fully if you focus on one step at a time. Our infographic […]

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The best way to recover from trauma, in 3 steps

Are you seeking the best way to recover from trauma but are overwhelmed by all the options? Should you try EMDR first, start a gratitude journal, dive into exposure therapy, or practice yoga? Trauma recovery follows three stages according to the legendary Harvard psychiatrist, Dr. Judith Herman: 1. Establish Safety, 2. Remember and Mourn, and […]