A Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Educational Video that explains treatment and trauma resolution After a traumatic or violent experience, either physical or emotional, people might lose the ability to deal with everyday life. This translates into a mentally debilitating state called Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD. People that have lived in dysfunctional families are also affected at a high level. Early treatment and understanding how fear memories are created will effectively help a person with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder overcome this mental issue and achieve a better mental health state. This educational video on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder treatment addresses the enormous problem of trauma and trauma resolution. Trauma has always been with us, but has been on the rise in recent years. The tragedy of the Columbine shootings, and the World Trade Center Twin Towers in New York on 9/11, are only two examples in the United States. As terrorism continues to grow it becomes imperative to truly understand the intricacies of this mental health disorder. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) has been known by many names - Shell Shock, Battle Fatigue, Gulf War Syndrome are but a few. In essence Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is delayed grieving due to an overwhelming trauma or stress. It can also be caused by numerous less severe traumas experienced over time. New treatment modalities have been discovered that relieve PTSD much more quickly and with less painful emotion than more conventional therapies. This educational video presents all of these new treatments. By Jef Gazley MS, LMFT © 2005. Jef has worked as a teacher and psychotherapist in the trauma field for over 36 years. Other self-help videos in the series includes: Dysfunctional Families, Boundaries, Codependency, Chemical Dependence, Communication and Assertiveness, Love Addiction and Parenting. The signs and symptoms of each disorder are delineated and solutions to those problems are addressed. This psychology video offers one (1) NBCC-approved CE clock hour Running Time: 31:38 minutes Watch this PTSD video right from your computer. It's faster and inexpensive! See a Sample of this PTSD Educational Video A review of this psychology video by a therapist: This DVD has proved invaluable with clients manifesting feelings of abandonment or other feelings related to experiencing overwhelming shock. The dysfunctional family often produces these feelings. This DVD helps process these feelings, both physically and emotionally. Excellent video.