#PTSDChat 6: Coping Strategies | #PTSDchat

Featured News

Featured News

  • 271
    PTSDchat Blog

    #PTSDChat 6: Coping Strategies

    Peer Support @alwayzbossie “Absolutely @KateGillieART knowing someone is out there that I can reach out to at anytime is huge for me...

  • 331
    Sexual Abuse Survivors

    Update

    I can’t believe how long it’s been since I last blogged. So much has happened since and yet nothing much at all....

  • 337
    PTSDchat Blog

    #PTSDChat : RESOURCES (1)

    Our first RESOURCES #PTSDChat was a good start on what will I hope become a useful source of information for anybody with...

  • 341
    PTSDchat Blog

    #PTSDChat: Summary Thursday, 14 May

    I forget sometimes that PTSD/TBI is a mental health issue that is surrounded by so much STIGMA and risk attached to admitting...

  • 226
    PTSDchat Blog

    Why #PTSDChat?

    Because I know what it is to be lonely.   Feel isolated.   Lost and without access to answers to quiet the...

  • 223
    PTSDchat Blog

    #PTSD Chat 2: PTSD Misconceptions (a summary)

    Quite a few DMs prior to the chat said ‘thanks I wish I could but I don’t think I can face it...

  • 293
    PTSDchat Blog

    #PTSDChat Our First: A Summary

    modern policing* is a full contact sport for the brain – Tactical Ghandi (a veteran LEO) – and no not his name and...

  • 298
    Sexual Abuse Survivors

    TW: What Would You Do?

    Below is a hypothetical situation – some of it is based on me and some added in to the post. It is...

  • 256
    PTSDchat Blog

    #PTSDCHAT TATTOOS MARK THE PASSAGE OF TRAUMA

    Inukshuks guide the wanderer in the snow strewn wilderness; a reassuring talisman that tells of the journey travelled and the direction to take...

  • 280
    Sexual Abuse Survivors

    TW: when I need help

    **trigger warning – mention of suicidal thoughts** I’ve had a very short term stay in hospital from 16th December and since being...

  • 225
    Sexual Abuse Survivors

    What is DBT?

    DBT (Dialectical Behavioural Therapy) is a form of therapy that was originally set out to help people with Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)...

  • 305
    Sexual Abuse Survivors

    It’s Been a While

    I can’t believe it’s been over a month since I last blogged. So much has happened but I don’t want to bore...

  • Police

    Police Responses to Officer-Involved Shootings

    Police Responses to Officer-Involved Shootings What goes through police officers’ minds when they are involved in shootings? How does facing deadly force...

  • Police

    New Findings on PTSD and Brain Activity

      New Findings on PTSD and Brain Activity  Researchers have discovered a correlation between increased activity among brain circuits and flashbacks among...

  • Police

    Police unions push for medical coverage of PTSD

    DENVER — Police unions across the U.S. are pushing for officers to be able to collect workers’ compensation benefits if they suffer...

  • Police

    Police, Fire, Military Concussions, Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and PTSD

    Police and Military injuries are quite different in many respects than that of a civilian injury.  The Police Culture tends to underestimate...

  • Police

    City policy does not recognize PTSD police officer’s psychological injury

    Memphis falls short on PTSD City policy does not recognize police officer’s psychological injury By Amos Maki Monday, April 2, 2012 Memphis Police...

More Posts

The #PTSDchat was founded in May 2015 to create a safe place for people with PTSD to get peer support.

The weekly Twitter #PTSDchat is now the fastest growing online PTSD support community in the world

Subscribe Free for #PTSDchat Alerts!

Copyright © 2015 #PTSDchat. Website created by WHOA! IS MEDIA

To Top