Everyone goes through moments of fear, but for those with post-traumatic stress disorder, terror has a way of taking on a life of its own. People with PTSD have often undergone situations that most people can’t even begin to fathom. While everyone recovers from trauma differently, those with PTSD tend to have lingering stress that interferes.. read more →

  Somatic Experiencing: A Body-Centered Approach to Healing Veterans’ PTSD By J. Scott Janssen, MSW, LCSW Social Work Today Vol. 15 No. 5 P. 12 This new approach to treating PTSD is based on the assumption that trauma is an experience that affects and imprints the body, so it’s essential to engage the body in.. read more →

by Laura Piché on June 18, 2012 www.traumahealing.com When a doctor applies a cast and your broken bone heals, is it the doctor or your own body that has done the healing? The answer is one of the keys to the SE® approach. In this 5-minute video, founder of Somatic Experiencing®, Dr. Peter Levine discusses.. read more →