Archive for the ‘ Recovery ’ Category

Why Congress won`t Repeal Obamacare

Monday, August 14th, 2017

Anyone with an understanding of the reasons behind the legislation of Obamacare would understand the resistance of the Washington swamp in allowing any attempt to legislate it`s “Repeal” . With the Repeal of Obamacare (and the reason for President Trump`s urgency to get this done), non-governmental heath-care providers will have no difficulty in rapidly filling the vacuum with multiple competing inexpensive health-care models. Those in a position to solve the problem are just waiting for government to clear the way.

Sunday, August 13th, 2017

Most consumers don`t know about Obamacare`s hidden agenda. When the Patriot Act was passed, we all believed that it was to protect Americans by disrupting or tracking the ways our enemies communicate via social media within our geographic confines. Then we discovered that the surveillance actually was directed towards U.S. Citizens. Later we found that Read more…

The Tripartite Theory of Trauma Psychological

Tuesday, September 3rd, 2013

The Tripartite Theory of psychological Trauma proposes that the dynamics in which trauma plays out should be broadened to include the role of derelict caretaker-functioning; which completes a dynamic triad to that of victim-predator-caretaker.
When a parent or other caretaker (including a government) fails to protect the potential victim, leading to a trauma occurrence. When domestic or political caretakers collude with or emulate the role of the predator , the delicate balance required for communal survival is disrupted. While media-attention tends to focus on the drama of particular trauma-events, the role of caretaker failure remains elusive despite its role being the most critical variable.

Rescue functions following a Terrorist Attack

Friday, May 17th, 2013

Rescue functions following a Terrorist Attack How does a caretaking agency protect its citizens in a time of crises? Survivors immediately placed in a safe environment, in particular those united with a familiar or empathic person, are more likely to recover, using their own healthy cognitive and emotional resilience. These survivors may also be more Read more…

General Principals in Trauma Healing

Thursday, October 21st, 2010

General Principals in Trauma Healing The abusive experiences usually observed by therapists in a domestic setting range from emotional deprivation to various forms of emotional abuse, such as constant verbal criticisms, and in more serious cases include physical or sexual violence. While the latter clearly falls under the category of “abuse,” certain types of neglect Read more…

The Narration Phase of Therapy

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

“In Classic Behavioral Deconditioning, the subject, after repeated harmless and inconsequential exposures to a fear trigger, readjusts his autonomic system away from its state of fright and anxious anticipation back towards a state of equilibrium. Cognitive Behavior Therapy adds a dimension where the individual is encouraged to recognize how fearful thoughts are triggered, and the Read more…

Issues With Power Failure or Submission

Monday, October 18th, 2010

“Interpersonal schemas built on experiences with early caretakers influence the selection and dynamics of relationships that evolve later in adulthood. While survivors of child abuse may take physical leave from the toxic environment of their childhood, their core beliefs lack expectations for mutual respect and power-sharing. If one’s earliest relationships with caretakers were abusive, the Read more…

Strategies for alleviating fear and arousal

Monday, October 18th, 2010

Strategies for alleviating fear and arousal What is unique about humans is not only that we can examine our thoughts and emotions, but also that we can understand and change our responses to stress. A Vietnam veteran, for instance, can tell himself at a Fourth of July fireworks parade that he is currently “safe in Read more…