“We Have No Mental Defense in the Treatment of PTSD!” Or Do We?

There is little "Mental Defense" with a reaction of untreated PTSD

 PTSD can be treated! The once powerful reactions can become an issue of the past! People with untreated PTSD often manifest into a hyper aroused state, become startled easily, can’t sleep, become hyper sensitive to sounds and sometimes even to darkness. Often when someone experiences a similar sounding event there can be an over reaction.

One Patient described her PTSD as a Time Bomb encased in Brick and she never knew when it would go off.  What a person hears, sees, smellls, tastes and touches can often trigger the reaction.

If you find yourself with insomnia, thoughts of the past, over reacting, avoiding places,  or having nightmares about trauma call for help today!  I am a PTSD survivor and a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. I am a member of the Florida Society of Clinical Hypnosis and have learned how to have more control over my mind. I had to develop more positive habits using core mindfulness, breathing techniques, and self hypnosis on a daily basis to calm down the hyper arousal! I have helped many simply teaching people what not only worked for me but what has worked on so many others. If you are suffering from PTSD, call me or email me today!  I provide phone hypnotherapy and specialize in the treatment of Postraumatic Stress Disorder! I have had many sucessful outcomes with those who practice the skills they learn! So call me today for the help that you need! 

2 Responses

  1. John Lee LMHC Says:

    Thank you for the comment. Yes! PTSD is one of my specialties. New research indicates the quicker a person receives treatment after a trauma the less likely PTSD will negatively affect the person’s function. There are normal reactions following a trauma or critical event. One could have physical, cognitive, emotional, behavioral and spiritual reactions. And people react to trauma in different ways. But again those are normal reactions to a significant event or traumatic event. Best things to do are get support from friends and professionals, Eat even if you are not hungry, exercise and drink plenty of non alcoholic fluids. Water is the best.

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