Archive for the ‘PTSD’ Category

An Intricately Detailed Article on the Background, Causes and Progression of PTSD and How the U.S. Military has the Highest Rate of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in History

While PTSD is most often thought of as a combat soldier’s illness, it’s not exclusive to the military. Approximately 7-8% of the population will have PTSD at some point in their lives. Women are twice as likely to develop PTSD as men. PTSD can be diagnosed by experiencing three types of symptoms during a thirty-day Read More…

Therapists are Using Neurofeedback to Treat ADHD, PTSD and Other Conditions

This Washington Post article investigates the efficacy of Neurofeedback on a variety of conditions including: brain injury, ADHD, depression, anxiety, chronic pain, epilepsy, migraines and PTSD. Insight is offered from the practitioner’s perspective as well as a few personal stories from the clients on their amazing turnarounds as a result of Neurofeedback.   Read the Read More…