seeking therapy for complex PTSD? here’s how to look

So many people who went through trauma when they were kids are still waiting to find real help for the trauma-related problems that continue to affect their lives. This is a tragedy.   Are you one of those people? I was. I didn’t know any other way to DO something about the intense struggles I was having, that I now know were from dysregulation and other symptoms stemming from trauma in my childhood.  How do you really know who to who to turn to, or what results are reasonable to expect?  You hear people say all the time “Oh you should go to therapy! It’s so awesome, it totally changed my life!”  And and you think  I want to find something like that but where? Should I just go on Yelp, or Google it?  

Read more at: https://crappychildhoodfairy.com/2021/01/15/seeking-therapy-for-complex-ptsd-heres-what-to-look-for/

6 Replies to “seeking therapy for complex PTSD? here’s how to look”

  1. I was pretty pleased to find this great site. I wanted to thank you for ones time for this particularly wonderful read!! I definitely enjoyed every bit of it and I have you saved as a favorite to check out new stuff on your website.

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    1. Thanks Geoffrey, glad you’re enjoying the site – yes, it’s hard to find good information on CPTSD and I like to gather it from all different fields, not only psychology. It can be an overwhelming condition and I hope this site is helpful in enabling transformation into a positive force in your life…

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