Webinar: The Trauma of Toxic Stress During the Pandemic: What You Can Do

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Toxic stress has the potential to change brain chemistry, brain anatomy, and even gene expression in children. Toxic stress also affects adults and can weaken the architecture of the immune response. The toxic stress response is believed to play a role in the pathophysiology of depressive disorders, behavioral dysregulation, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), and even psychosis.

How Separating Children Damages the Brain

Many parents coming to the US border with their children are seeking asylum and protection under international law. (See Refugee Act of 1980). Asylum is a humanitarian protection and part of the American value system particularly since the Holocaust of the mid-twentieth century. Those who seek asylum in the United States are afraid to return to their countries fleeing war, violence, and persecution in their native countries.

Hundreds of mental health professionals to learn "The Rewind" pioneering PTSD treatment

Date: March 5, 2018

On 10th March, 440 psychotherapists, psychologists, and counselors will gather at Birmingham University to attend a free, One Day Workshop delivered by Dr David Muss MD to learn The Rewind – a technique he originated that can help treat Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) patients effectively, quickly and cost-efficiently. 

Constancy Video 5: language and tools to build constancy

Holly Van Gulden talks about language or tools to use to build constancy?

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Constancy Video 6: The Brain's Perception of Trauma

Holly Van Gulden talks about research in the field of constancy and the way the brain responds to trauma


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Constancy Video 7: How to help children who experienced trauma.

Holly Van Gulden explains approaches to help children who experienced trauma.


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