Wellness

How to Regulate Dissociation

Dissociation is one of the many different responses someone may have during and/or after a traumatic or other overwhelming event. But, how to regulate dissociation is a more complex question to answer as it involves how the nervous system perceives threats and the different states of the nervous system. We will discuss how the nervous […]

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Why Do We Dissociate?

Many people commonly ask why do we dissociate? Dissociation is a complex process that occurs internally and unconsciously. Our ability to dissociate is largely managed by the nervous system and its ability to regulate given factors in our environment. Nervous System Evolution Throughout the millennia the human body has experienced slow, but ever-changing evolution and

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Heal Your Body – An EMDR Therapist Near South Denver

EMDR therapy helps people heal from the bottom-up versus talk therapy, or top-down therapies. An EMDR therapist near you can help heal the nervous system from past traumatic experiences and/or situations that caused high levels of stress and overwhelm. EMDR therapy’s effectiveness stems from evidence-based research studies. EMDR is also showing effectiveness to help other

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Traumatic Brain Injuries and Identity Challenges

Traumatic Brain injuries (TBIs) can present as complex physical health challenges. However, TBIs can also create mental health problems. Another less-known fact about TBIs is the identity challenge(s) people experience afterward. This blog post will explore this topic after a brief overview of TBIs. TBI Overview TBIs can occur from within the body when referencing

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Managing Survivor’s Guilt: Life After Trauma

This blog post will explore ‘what is survivor’s guilt’, the challenges survivor’s guilt creates in one’s life, and how to heal from survivor’s guilt afterward. Survivor’s guilt may follow a traumatic experience that takes the life of someone you know or severely harms someone who was in the vicinity or area that you were in.

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Finding Peace After the Storm: A Guide to Healing Chronic Trauma

Trauma can occur at any moment or in any experience in life. This blog post will explore the situations that may create chronic trauma, the effects of chronic traumatization on life, and what and how to heal from chronic traumatization. A side note – even if traumatic experiences have occurred years or decades in the

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Navigate Mental Health Resources

Facing mental health symptoms and their associated challenges can be intimidating and daunting. It can also be a powerless endeavor as one recognizes that mental health symptoms rarely come and go but more so come and stay throughout someone’s life. The hard part of living with mental health symptoms is learning how to navigate the

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Impacts of Chronic Stress on Life

Chronic stress, especially over prolonged periods, can negatively impact life. What are the impacts of chronic stress on life? This topic of chronic stress will be highlighted in this blog post. Additionally, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy will be touched on as a way to address and alleviate stress held within the body.

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How Does Somatic Experiencing Therapy Work?

Somatic Experiencing (SE) therapy was designed by Dr. Peter Levine to assist with healing from various forms of trauma, nervous system dysregulation, and other disruptions within the mind-body connection. SE is considered a bottom-up form of therapy meaning that SE helps people heal from the body, nervous system, and then up the brain direction versus

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