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Healing from the trauma of gun violence

August 15, 2023 | Written by Amye Archer, MFA | Featuring Tasnim Sulaiman, LPC

Gun violence survivors carry the pain of past experience and the risk of retraumatization. Bruce Nash and Patience Murray have found ways to live with both.

What is shame? Examples, causes, and how to heal

August 15, 2023 | Written by team

Shame is different than guilt, and it can have a devastating impact on mental health. Find out about the signs, causes, and how to heal.

Anxiety in children: Signs, symptoms, and treatment

August 15, 2023 | Written by team

While most children experience some worry and fear, children who experience anxiety disorders can be helped by treatment and coping techniques.

Race and healing: Expanding the conversation, part 2

August 14, 2023 | Published by Psychotherapy Networker | Featuring Lambers Fisher, MS, LMFT, MDIV; Amber Flynn, MA, LCPC, NCC; Deran Young, LCSW; and Zachary Taylor, MA, LPC, NCC

In part two of a two-part panel discussion, a frank discussion between therapists as they share thoughts on addressing race in and out of the office.

Childhood trauma and repressed memories

August 14, 2023 | Written by team

Forgetting details from childhood is a normal part of aging, but trauma we experienced as children may impact our memories more deeply.

When your religion rejects you, what comes next?

August 3, 2023 | Written by Amye Archer, MFA | Featuring Margaret Conley, LCSW, MDiv

Healing from religious trauma can be especially hard for LGBTQIA+ people, who may also face family rejection. But a new path is possible, says Margaret Conley.

Trauma: Types, stages, effects, and treatments

August 3, 2023 | Written by team

Most people will experience at least one trauma in their lifetime. Learn more about trauma disorders, symptoms, and treatment options.

Generational trauma, epigenetics, and mental health

August 3, 2023 | Written by team

Research suggests the trauma of past generations may be passed down and can even alter our genes. Learn more about how this can affect mental health.

“I had a recurring nightmare that I was being chased by Nazis”

August 2, 2023 | Written by Michelle Goodman | Featuring Galit Atlas, PhD, and Rabbi Tirzah Firestone, PhD

Anxiety and fear are as familiar to American Jews as their own ancestors. But revisiting the past can help disrupt generational trauma and lead to joy.

When the world won’t hold us

July 31, 2023 | Published by Psychotherapy Networker

In this time of uncertainty and turmoil, it’s crucial to recognize that suffering and trauma are not the same thing.

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