Everything's Ok

Everything's Ok

Past Traumatic Stress Dissolved

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Acknowledging the brave work the nation's frontline guardians and first responders do to save lives and keep society safe, this simple, but effective, handbook helps those affected psychologically and physically by their service. Broken down into easy-to-understand sections, it provides keen insight into post-traumatic stress disorder. The tools and techniques offered in Everything's OK: Past Traumatic Stress Dissolved teaches those combating PTSD and their carers to build emotional resilience and transform lives for the better. Authors Todd Berry and Rob Ginnivan come together to share their experience and wisdom. They assist military, police, and emergency services personnel and their families with an integrative approach to wellness through mind stillness, warrior body movement, camaraderie, music, and other modalities. Everything's OK: Past Traumatic Stress Dissolved gives insights, hints, and tips to deal with lingering stress that occurs when faced with traumatic situations in life. Geared toward those living with PTSD, chronic stress, as well as carers and family members associated with people working on the frontline, it helps the broader population understand, at a deeper level, how to help those who have been traumatized.
Publisher: Bloomington, IN : Balboa Press, [2017]
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9781504309271
Branch Call Number: 616.85210651 Ber
Characteristics: xvii, 176 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Ginnivan, Rob - Author
Alternative Title: Everything is ok

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