Tag Archives: Complex Trauma

Throwback Thursday:Trauma Stigma

Originally posted on Dr. Kathleen Young: Treating Trauma in Tucson:
I had a reminder recently of the stigma facing those dealing with trauma related to childhood abuse.  I have encountered this before of course, perhaps vicariously, during my 20 plus…

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Throwback Thursday: Is Suffering Optional?

Welcome back to Treating Trauma and revisiting older posts on Thursdays! Today I am sharing some thoughts about trauma and suffering. Is Suffering Optional? Originally posted on June 30, 2009 My title is prompted by the oft repeated phrase:  Pain … Continue reading

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2013 in review

I can’t believe I am starting my 5th year writing Treating Trauma! I surely have not been blogging as frequently this past year and I continue to miss that, and my interactions with all of you! I must admit, I … Continue reading

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Reader Question: Treating Emotional Numbness

A response to a reader question about emotional numbness Continue reading

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Can Complex PTSD Be Cured?

You CAN heal from complex PTSD. Here is what it takes. Continue reading

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