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We found 30 results for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  1. Post-TraumaticStressDisorder Covers causes and symptoms of post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD). Looks at how treatment can help and steps you can take. Discusses most effective treatments—counseling and antidepressant medicines. Includes stories from others in their own words.
  2. PTSD: Signs and Symptoms Learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD).
  3. PTSD and Physical Health Problems Covers how having post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD) also may raise your risk of having other medical problems. Covers depression and anxiety. Discusses how physical health problems and mental illness can occur together in a number of ways.
  4. Other Types of Counseling for PTSD Covers treatments other than cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and antidepressants for post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD). Looks at group therapy, brief psychodynamic psychotherapy, and family therapy.
  5. PTSD and Negative Coping Covers dealing with problems of post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD) in ways that cause more harm than good. Looks at substance abuse, avoiding other people, anger, and dangerous and violent behavior. Includes tips to cope with PTSD.
  6. Counseling for PTSD Covers three types of counseling used to treat post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD). Looks at cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure therapy, and a newer therapy called eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR).
  7. Cancer-Related Post-traumaticStress (PDQ®): Supportive care - Patient Information [NCI]
  8. PTSD and Depression Brief discussion on depression in those with post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD). Discusses symptoms like crying for no reason, having problems sleeping, or headaches or body aches. Offers links to more extensive discussions on PTSD and depression.
  9. Alcohol and Substance Abuse in PTSD Looks at the problem of using alcohol or drugs as a way to cope with post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD). Covers when alcohol or drug use becomes a problem. Includes a test to see if you have a problem with alcohol or drugs and steps for getting help.
  10. Helping a Family Member Who Has PTSD Covers how you can help a family member who has post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD). Includes dealing with anger or violent behavior. Looks at how to communicate better. Covers how to take care of yourself and how to get support from others.
  11. Deciding to Get Treatment for PTSD Covers some reasons people don't seek treatment for post-traumaticstressdisorder (PTSD). Looks at common objections to seeking treatment, such as the cost and the fear of what others think. Includes what you can do about overcoming objections.
  12. PTSD: Having a Plan Learn how to plan ahead for coping with stress and symptoms at home.
  13. PTSD: Checking In With Yourself Learn how to check on how you're feeling during or after PTSD treatment.
  14. PTSD: Treatment Options Learn about the treatment options for PTSD.
  15. PTSD: Finding Yourself Again Hear how others decided to get treatment and how it helped them.
  16. PTSD Myths
  17. Assessing PTSD
  18. Life Transitions and PTSD
  19. Ron's Story: Therapy Helps
  20. Tim's Story: Dealing With Trauma And Grief
  21. Marvin's Story: Coping After the Hurricane
  22. PTSD and Your Family Covers how you and your family can be better prepared for changes PTSD can bring to your life. Looks at family support and talking with your kids. Discusses triggers that suddenly remind you of your traumatic event. Includes coping with holidays.
  23. PTSD and Panic Attacks Covers panic attack, an intense fear that comes on suddenly. Looks at physical symptoms such as chest pain, pounding heartbeat, and sweating. Includes getting treatment with cognitive-behavioral therapy or medicine.
  24. Grief and PTSD
  25. Virtual Reality Treatment
  26. PTSD and Suicide Thoughts
  27. Fear and Anger in PTSD
  28. Anxiety
  29. Stan's Story: Getting There Hasn't Been Easy
  30. Mental Health Problems and Stigma Covers how mental health problems can affect your relationships. Looks at the stigma of mental health problems. Offers ways to help others understand. Covers how to get help. Includes links to info on specific disorders like depression, OCD, or PTSD.

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