Toxic environments, at their core, are ineffective and destructive to employees.
Workplaces become abusive when employees are denied basic human needs, dignity, and respect—when they don’t receive the validation, information, encouragement, and communication they need from management or coworkers.
Organizations can help prepare leaders and employees to respond to traumatic incidents to help reduce the potential negative effect on their own mental health.
This blog post explores the most common PTSD treatment categories.
The damage to the recipient's mental health and wellbeing from bullying can be significant. A recent study found that those on the receiving end of bullying often suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Posttraumatic stress disorder flashbacks are like a memory, or part of a memory, that feels like it's happening right now. So if you have experienced trauma and have PTSD, you may have times when it feels like you are reliving the trauma.
More than eight in 10 Americans are stressed about their jobs. Occupational stress is so common that it's become accepted as a fact of life. Unfortunately work stress has serious health consequences.
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