You can get lots of information on the internet, and it can become confusing, at least for me it was.
So I’ve created a list of some pages, where you can find some information or connect with others who share similar experiences.
- Anna Runkle
- Dr. Nicole LePera
- Nate Postlethwait
- Kara Troglin
- Dr. Gabor Maté
- Surviving Childhood Trauma
- CPTSD Foundation
- Beauty After Bruices
- Symptoms of Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD)
- How CPTSD Might Affect Your Relationship
- Is It BPD or cPTSD?
- What Is Posttraumatic Stress Disorder?
- Complex Trauma Resources
- Out of the storm
- PACEs Connection
Some other resources for those who want to learn more about themselves:
– Huberman Lab
– Psychology Today
– Positive Psychology
– Coursera, edX, Khan Academy, Udemy.
Please keep in mind, that surfing the web, reading the books and talking to loved ones is NOT psychotherapy btw. Nothing and no one can replace it, but many things can help us additionally.
Feel free to share more useful resources. What/who would you recommend?
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For me, the FASD Caregivers Success parenting forum is such a helpful resource. Where other parents connect with other. We’re not experts but experts of our own children and the lived experience perspectives are so valuable to connect with.
I have found jw(dot)org to be very trustworthy and good advice… for all ages, and different circumstances. Translated into many languages too.
It’s Bible based, but very sound, up to date.
Hello, as one who is recovering from PTSD (job related) I can attest to the effectiveness of Brain Spotting. It’s helped me and many others. Here is a link if you’d like to pass it along. https://brainspotting.com/