PTSD: A Guide to the Basics

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How Hypnotherapy Can Help

Excerpt

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a term bandied about, usually focused on wartime experiences of veterans and those in the armed forces. But what about those being flooded out in the Southeast, experiencing earthquakes in California, watching fires race quickly downhill in the Southwest or even reliving the terror of 9/11 through the media? PTSD affects not only those experiencing floods, fires, tornados, earthquakes and hurricanes, but includes victims of car accidents, robberies, fear of nuclear disaster, physical and sexual abuse and much more.

Description

PTSD: A Guide to the Basics

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Forward
Definition
Cause?
Incidence and Prevalence of PTSD
Current Modalities of Treatment for Symptoms
Memory and the Brain: Some Physiology
In What Areas Can Hypnotherapy Help?
Anxiety and Panic Disorders
Fears and Phobias
Low Self-Esteem
Insomnia and Nightmares
Stress and Anger
Dissociation
Appendix
Associated Symptoms
Self-Test
Suggestions for Hypnotherapists Working with Clients Experiencing Symptoms
Stressed Out? Or in Control?
Fears/Phobia Treatment Tips

This book was written for the general public. For professionals using hypnosis who wish to learn Joan’s protocol Check out Home Study Hypnotherapy Courses

Joan Courtney is a Clinical Hypnotherapist and a Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner. She’s certified by four major national hypnotherapy associations and is also certified in advanced NLP training.

Having over 25 years of experience in this field, Joan specializes in clinical and medical aspects of hypnosis and is affiliated with and referred clients by healthcare professionals, other alternative healthcare practitioners as well as satisfied clients. Throughout her practice, she has worked with veterans and others affected by symptoms of PTSD related to fire, earthquakes and physical/sexual abuse. In addition to small group work and speaking engagements, she teaches classes at Northland Pioneer College (NPC). She can be contacted at (928) 367-8208.

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