From working on my own cPTSD over 15+ years in therapy and attending workshops/seminars/programs, and reading tons of books & research articles...
Our brain has tremendous capacity to change with the right tools and strategies :)
Trust that a better future is possible for you and that you're worthy of such
Why do I have complex PTSD? Are you tormented by thoughts like: my trauma wasn't that *bad*?
What is the difference between PTSD and complex PTSD?
(this is important to know as it affects choice of treatment approach - so frustrating that some professionals don't know the difference)
Finding what works for you
Learn what questions to ask to make sure this is the right support/therapist for you
Explanation of most common therapy approaches available for cptsd
Learn about the healing stages or phases
(important to so therapy is healing and not overwhelming and retraumatising)
What can we do about our flashbacks?
Dissociation - fragmented sense of self?
Toxic shame can keep us stuck in a vicious cycle (often self destructive, addictions...)
Actions steps to squash toxic shame
Dysregulated nervous system & emotions that can quickly spiral out of control
Attachment trauma and impact on our friendships and relationships in adult life
Here I share:
My energising habits that helped me to keep going and going...
My empowering habits to learn to trust myself
Mini course (9 videos+worksheets) to gain the confidence to create and stick to your boundaries.
A guided mindfulness exercise to help create inner peace
Some days we feel just numb and lifeless. So I'd love to share my favourite exercise to wake up my body