This blog post continually receives a large number of views, so I felt compelled to add this update on Jan 18, 2020.
I have been on a search for you to refer you to someone who is licensed who can support you in healing CPTSR/ CPTSD – someone who knows their stuff, is friendly and professional, and is competent and caring. As soon as I saw her “Trauma Flowchart”, I had a good feeling. Then I connected with her and couldn’t wait to share her with you. Her name is Nina Goradia. You can download her flowchart and link to her video here.
Update 5/26/19: If you like this article, you will love this one https://joybasedliving.com/2019/05/26/when-championing-yourself-triggers-trauma-triumph-teatime-codependency-cptsd-cptsr-every-coach-therapist-healer-should-know-this/
PTSD CPTSD CPTSR Breaking down the complexity of post traumatic stress labels – a quick video message
What’s in a label? Possible solutions. Cheers to your freedom! Way.
Here’s the longer and more thorough blog post defining CPTSD.
ps. If you would like additional support in the form of a personal “workout”, I created 12 Practices just for you. It’s an e-book with a journal and supplementary videos. You got this!
And… I just created this bite-sized audio and visual program called Bring It On: Exchange Toxic Shame for Healthy Self Connection! You only have to listen and follow along to get huge benefit. This “sneak peak” can help you get a really true experience of a “Tell Me More” worksheet where we remove inner “fog” through awareness, acceptance and articulation. It’s more than an hour of audio which is reinforced visually in a follow-along worksheet, O YEAH! I wish every therapist and client had this tool in their pocket. It’s AWESOME!!