Bullying puts you at risk of developing PTSD

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). It is already recognized that PTSD...

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Preparing employees to respond to traumatic incidents

Organizations can help prepare leaders and employees to respond to traumatic incidents to help reduce the potential negative effect on their own mental health. Employers cannot guarantee that employees will never be exposed to trauma in the workplace....

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The 3 Stages of Trauma and PTSD Recovery

Moving on past trauma, for many people, can feel like it will take a lifetime. For this reason, many people drop out of therapy and give up.  Trauma recovery takes time, and it’s a process we can’t rush. We have to take baby steps and allow ourselves...

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PTSD Myths. Separating Fact from Fiction.

PTSD is often misunderstood because PTSD survivors typically resist telling their friends or loved ones about their diagnosis because they are afraid they will be viewed as dangerous or unstable. PTSD survivors may resist treatment because they believe...

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Nine Signs Your Co-Workers are Creating a Toxic Culture

We often link toxic work cultures to a few toxic employees within an organization. The reality is that the environment and culture of the organization must be already damaged for these people to have a dominating and lasting effect. Corrupt colleagues...

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PTSD Treatment Categories

This blog post explores the most common PTSD treatment categories. I'll cover: Coping and Supportive Management Treatments Strengthening and Tone Work Treatments Healing and Resolution Treatments Medication-Assisted Treatments Rebuilding and...

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