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I often receive email asking the question, “Is there one method of treating trauma and PTSD that always works?”
And I always think to myself, “I soooooo wish there was!”
Unfortunately, no. The good news, though, is that there are a lot of treatments that have great success rates. Since your healing journey is your individual mission it’s your job to investigate as many healing approaches, options, modalities and treatments as you can until you find one or a combination that works for you. In my own recovery that meant ten altogether!
On this site we’ve listed an overview of some traditional trauma recovery methods, plus some alternative PTSD healing options along with a slew of trauma experts offering their perspectives of what they see work.
There’s also a ton of information in these videos about tips for PTSD recovery and PTSD education.
And this week, on YOUR LIFE AFTER TRAUMA, in our ongoing exploration of PTSD treatment that works, I’ll interview the founder of Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE), Dr. David Berceli. TRE focuses on bringing your body back to a natural balance and is designed to rid your body of physical trauma tension.
Sounds promising, doesn’t it?
Join us on air tomorrow, Wednesday, Jan. 30th, for a deeper discussion about this topic. Plus, you can call in to win our PROJECT GIVE BACK giveaway!
One lucky caller will win by dialing: 877.230.3062.
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Timberline Knolls, a private residential treatment center for adolescent girls and women (ages 12 – 65+), offers hope, healing and recovery to women seeking treatment for eating disorders, trauma, PTSD, mood disorders, addiction, and co-occurring disorders. Highly trained professionals provide individualized clinical care in a spiritually nurturing, trauma aware treatment environment. Our picturesque 43-acre wooded campus is located in suburban Chicago. For more information on Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center, call us at 877.257.9611. We are also onFacebook – Timberline Knolls, LinkedIn – Timberline Knolls, and recently launchedthe Timberline Knolls Treatment Blog.
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