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.
Articles on: PTSD, Trauma and Phobias
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.
Why finding the root cause of a phobia will not lift it.
Character is built through experience – here are 3 therapy strategies which help your client reflect on what they have learnt from their troubles
Here are three reasons why I never get a client with PTSD to relive their traumatic experiences.
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.
The little known link between PTSD and depression – how to check for hidden trauma in your depressed clients.