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Speaking to the Survivor: Why People Abuse, Types of Abuse, and Safely Leaving

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The image of domestic violence is often painted as a woman clad with bruises; an image that depicts the physical pain her partner put her through. Visuals of women with black eyes and black and blue limbs are jarring and mostly empathized with more than hidden forms of abuse. Physical violence is a horrifying, real experience that many women and...
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PTSD Awareness Month

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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can occur after experiencing a traumatic experience and affects 8% of the population, according to the National Center for PTSD. PTSD used to be discussed mostly in the context of war veterans; however, more information and awareness has been brought to light in recent years that demonstrates PTSD can happen to anyone who experiences trauma. PTSD...
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Neurofeedback: A Promising Alternative Therapy For PTSD

By Dr. Adi Jaffe

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This weekend I was reading a gripping story in New York Times Magazine about Sam Siatta, an Afghanistan War veteran, and his harrowing struggle with addiction and his involvement in the criminal justice system when I stopped mid-sentence. After going into an inpatient rehab program at a V.A. hospital and being diagnosed with depression, alcohol addiction, and PTSD, he’d been...
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