Tag Archives: TBT

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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TBT: Domestic Violence Awareness

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, an opportunity to raise awareness about the prevalence and cost of domestic violence, the need for prevention, and the services that are available to victims and their families. See examples of various Domestic Violence … Continue reading

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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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#TBT: Making Meaning

Today is the anniversary of a tragic Tucson event. A fitting time to revisit this post. Making Meaning from the Collective Trauma of Public Violence Originally posted on January 11, 2011 I was in the midst of writing a 2011 goals … Continue reading

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#TBT: Mindful Holidays

Continuing my series on holiday coping strategies, I am sharing this on mindfulness-based approaches. Mindful Holidays Originally posted on November 25, 2010 I was so taken with one of the holiday coping strategy links I posted in Giving Thanks at Thanksgiving that … Continue reading

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