What do you do when a client feels betrayed by a parent who denies knowledge of, disbelieves, or even has no interest in, their adult child’s account of having been sexually abused? This was a question on a recent Uncommon Practitioners Q&A call. And you can listen to the segment and my reply here.
Articles on: PTSD, Trauma and Phobias
What Have I Done?!!!
The morally injured person feels shame, guilt, anger, profound betrayal, and also maybe a kind of moral disorientation, as though they no longer know the difference between right and wrong. And the effects can be devastating.
Uncovering Hidden Trauma
Here are five cases from my own records in which trauma was found to be driving the current problem despite initially not being obvious.
How to Maximize Client Comfort When Using the World’s Most Effective PTSD Cure
Provocative language is important when you’re treating someone with trauma. Here are three specific techniques to use when treating post-traumatic stress disorder and phobias.
“Is It Crucial To Identify The Very First Event Which Created A Trauma Pattern?”
Why finding the root cause of a phobia will not lift it.
How To Encourage Post-Traumatic Growth In Your Clients
Character is built through experience – here are 3 therapy strategies which help your client reflect on what they have learnt from their troubles
3 Reasons I Never Have My Clients Relive Their Traumatic Experiences
Here are three reasons why I never get a client with PTSD to relive their traumatic experiences.
Using the Rewind Technique to Treat PTSD in a Child, Plus Other Examples
I thought you’d like to see this video of Pippa Shay, an Uncommon Practitioner, talking about how she helped a child overcome trauma, along with some other case examples.