Lindy Nash: Hi there! And welcome to another edition of Facebook Live, from Chisholm, Chisholm & Kilpatrick here in Providence Rhode Island. My name is Lindy Nash, and I’m an attorney here at the firm. And I’m joined today by my colleagues Kayla D’Onofrio, and Amy Odom. Today we are… Continue Reading 7 Most Common Disabilities Among Women Veterans

>>ALL OF IT FROM MY SIDE OF THE VEHICLE BECAUSE WE WERE PULLING SECURITY. I WAS TRYING NOT TO PAY ATTENTION TO IT THOUGH BECAUSE I NEEDED TO KEEP MY EYES OUT. IT’S VERY NERVE WRECKING EVERY TIME THAT YOU GO INTO THE VIRTUAL REALITY. YOU DON’T REALLY KNOW WHAT… Continue Reading SCIENCE!: PTSD Virtual Reality Treatment

>>NEARLY 1 IN 10 OF THE MILLIONS OF AMERICAN TROOPS THAT HAVE SERVED IN IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN HAVE SOME FORM OF POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER. AT THE RESTORES CLINIC AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA, RESEARCHERS ARE WORKING WITH VIRTUAL-REALITY TECHNOLOGY TO DEVELOP INNOVATIVE TREATMENTS TO HELP VETERANS RECLAIM THEIR LIVES.>>WHEN… Continue Reading Virtual Reality as a Treatment for PTSD? | SciTech Now

Hey everybody, today we’re going to talk about something that has gotten a lot of chatter, and a ton of requests, and that is: body memories. What are they, and can we do anything to make them go away? Today we’re going to be talking about body memories. There is,… Continue Reading What are Body Memories? Kati Morton discusses PTSD, Assault, choking, being attacked & Body Memories

Good afternoon everyone. Thanks for joining us today for our Facebook live discussion. My name is Maura Clancy I’m joined today by Michelle DeTore and Mike Lostritto of Chisholm Chisholm and Kilpatrick today We’re talking about the ten most common VA disabilities. So we’re going to be covering ten different… Continue Reading 10 Most Common VA Disabilities Among Veterans

When a person has experienced trauma, almost nothing feels safe. And when someone doesn’t feel safe, no amount of talk can convince them otherwise, because trauma is something that happens deep in the core of our brain and body. So how can we work with both the brain and the… Continue Reading Treating Trauma: 2 Ways to Help Clients Feel Safe, with Peter Levine

Posttraumatic stress disorder, also called PTSD, happens when some memory of a past traumatic event—like war or sexual assault—causes recurrent mental and physical distress. Now the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual 5th edition or the DSM 5 categorizes PTSD as a “trauma-and-stressor-related-disorder” that happens when the symptoms of an acute stress… Continue Reading Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) – causes, symptoms, treatment & pathology

How are you doing? It’s a simple conversation under the most complex of circumstances during brain surgery. Serena Kelly is the first patient in Canada to receive a procedure known as deep brain stimulation for treatment-resistant post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD. Sunnybrook surgeons guided by her brain images have inserted… Continue Reading A possible new treatment for PTSD

I loaded a Beretta nine millimeter. I put it to my temple and I pulled the trigger and the greatest peace that I felt was when that hammer fell because I knew it was gonna be over. It was only a microsecond but when you spend day in and day… Continue Reading How MDMA is being used to treat PTSD | The Economist