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Tommy Lowther and living with PTSD

MQ Mental Health

Tommy Lowther and Living With PTSD - MQ Open Mind CONTENT WARNING: this episode of Open Mind includes stories about trauma and sexual assault. For more on our recent study into PTSD please click here. A psychiatrist] diagnosed me with PTSD. PTSD is an important area in MQ’s research. Listener discretion is advised.

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A new treatment for PTSD in healthcare staff

MQ Mental Health

Even before the pandemic, people working in the emergency services and healthcare fields were three times more likely to have PTSD or depression symptoms than the general population. . Our intervention is evidence-based, easy to access and targets the risk factors that increase PTSD and depression in this group.”. said Jennifer. “

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PTSD

Famcare

The entire civilized world is suffering from a form of collective PTSD. Social workers report being overwhelmed with cases of alcoholism, drug addiction, anxiety, divorce, depression, and suicide.

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How to Help Someone Who’s Experiencing PTSD

Gateway Foundation

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that can severely impact a person’s life. When a partner, family member, or friend has PTSD, it can also take a heavy toll on your relationship with them. It’s essential to remember that a person with PTSD might not always have control over their behaviors.

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Tips for Helping Veterans Cope With PTSD

Famcare

Thousands of veterans have been left scarred by their experiences, leading to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Veteran's PTSD is a significant challenge and a serious issue, but many retired military personnel and their families are unaware of the diagnosis or where to seek treatment.

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BURNOUT SOCIAL WORKERS SUFFERING PTSD

Famcare

Many who pursue social work careers are naturally compassionate with a high degree of empathy and an even higher work ethic. These are attributes that lend themselves well to working with clients and colleagues but make the need for awareness of possible burnout critical.

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NASW Observes Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Month

Social Work Blog

NASW recognizes June as Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month. PTSD impacts millions of people in the United States. According to the National Center for PTSD, a program of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, about seven or eight of every 100 people will experience PTSD in their lifetime.”

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