Caregivers Who Develop PTSD
Many of us find ourselves in the role of caregiver not only because of love but also due to a sense of obligation. We may be the only one willing or able to take on this task. It is often a role that we end up in unexpectedly (e.g. a parent gets sick) rather than through a vocation such as wanting to be a nurse.
Can Domestic Violence Cause PTSD?
The impact of domestic violence doesn’t necessarily end when the victim manages to escape the relationship. There is usually at least some lasting damage
Breathing Techniques That May Help With Anxiety
One of the things that happens when we are stressed is that our breathing becomes more rapid. This increase in our respiratory rate is controlled by the autonomic nervous system.
180 Sanctuary Awarded Retreat and Rehabilitation Center of the Year
We are delighted and honored to share with you the news that 180 Sanctuary has won the Retreat and Rehabilitation Center of the year award. We did it!
Can You Inherit Trauma?
The suggestion that we begin life with a clean slate (tabula rasa) is an old-fashioned belief that is no longer supported by scientific discoveries.
Can Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Help With Insomnia Caused By PTSD?
The knowledge that going to sleep can be so effortless is what makes insomnia feel so cruel. It is not a skill that we needed to master, but an ability we were born with.