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I am sure the stressful experience you had has not been processed significantly tby psychological intervention. . It is difficult to conclude it as PTSD without proper assessment ie checking DSM 4 criteria for PTSD. and where your condition fit in.

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Ms. Shanta Batacharia

Mental Health Specialist, Psychotherapist

London

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The most effective treatments include psychological techniques that help the brain to reprocess the trauma without the need to talk through every detail. These include the Human givens rewind technique, NLP and or EMDR

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Judith Desbonne

Mental Health Specialist, Psychotherapist

Bridgwater

Learning to relax is a vital part of the recovery process. Enjoy your holiday. I hope that you are also getting the help that you need for the PTSD symptoms

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Judith Desbonne

Mental Health Specialist, Psychotherapist

Bridgwater

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