Tag: #DID #CPTSD #healing

Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and the Window of Tolerance

One of the worst symptoms of complex post-traumatic stress disorder (CPTSD) must be the inability to get and maintain self-regulation. This article will focus on what self-regulation is and how to obtain it.   What is CPTSD?     CPTSD is a chronic condition brought on by exposure to...

Psychotherapy

Most of us have heard of psychotherapy, with a percentage of that number being in treatment. What drives people to see a therapist? What is therapy? Why and when should you see a therapist?   This article, piece one in a series about psychotherapy, will attempt to answer these...

Negative Core Beliefs

All of us have core beliefs that we hold about ourselves. These beliefs shape who we fundamentally are and how we behave. People who have developed dissociative identity disorder often have twisted negative core beliefs because they were so mistreated as children.   This article will focus on negative...

Dissociative Identity Disorder and Complex PTSD

By now, if you have been reading our blog, you have heard about the distressing symptoms of complex post-traumatic stress disorder (CPTSD) and some of its coexisting diagnoses.   However, you may not be aware that the same type of childhood trauma that causes CPTSD causes many other mental...