Monday, November 19, 2012

My Suggestions about Options for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Treatments

Before I start my discussions with you all, at very first - want to introduce with Andrew T. Austin(British Psychotherapist) - Just Visit this -

When you will visit this above link, you can see one video which is about "exploring possibilities in the treatment of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) based on Andrew's work and clinical experience in working with trauma who suffer PTSD."

The biggest part of the world population is affected by post-traumatic stress disorder because most people in our crazy world have a traumatic childhood and adolescence. Therefore, most people need treatment.

However, depending on the gravity of their case, they try to forget their traumas, even though they are not cured. This means that we have no idea of how many people suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder on Earth. Of course, everyone is a victim of traumatic experiences in our violent, unfair, and dangerous world. Everyone has many fears.

The safe and fast treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder based on the unconscious wisdom is a natural treatment based on the divine guidance, which is contained in a symbolic form in all dreams. Carl Jung discovered the real power of the dream messages. I simplified and clarified his work after continuing his research and discovering more. Now you can clearly understand the precious unconscious messages in your dreams and understand how to solve your problems.

The good news for people with this kind of anxiety disorder is that there is a way to help improve this condition. Treatment for PTSD can now be found in many different forms. The most basic form of treatment that you will find is psychotherapy. This will involve mainly "talk therapy" that makes use of communication as a main method. Patients will be encouraged to talk about what happened during their stressful experience. They may be asked to recall specific details of the event or they may be asked to relay everything that happened. At this point they may also be asked about how they feel or what they think about what happened.

You may suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, even if you ignore this fact. Or, you already know that you suffer from PTSD because many tragic experiences marked your life. Either you recognize this truth or not, your behavior is surely influenced by all the negative experiences of the past. Your fears are blocking the development of your intelligence and eliminating your sensitivity.

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