Viewers learn signs of day-to-day stress and of traumatic stress. Psychologist Eve Ash gives examples a range of events that could elicit traumatic stress.
Psychologist Eve Ash discusses post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms and secondary symptoms and triggers.
Step 1 in managing traumatic stress is to recognize and understand the signs and symptoms of this stress.
Step 2 in managing traumatic stress is to uncover unhealthy coping mechanisms.
Step 3 in managing traumatic stress is to practice positive coping mechanisms. Psychologist Eve Ash explains several positive coping mechanisms.
The desired outcomes of practicing positive coping mechanisms is to help people reduce the symptoms and severity of traumatic stress.
Credits: Dealing with Trauma and Distress
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This program is designed to help people deal with traumatic stress and explore the best ways of managing it. Topics in this useful video include recognizing signs of day-to-day stress, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms, and secondary symptoms. The video focuses on the various steps of managing traumatic stress, including understanding signs and symptoms, uncovering unhelpful coping mechanisms, going out of your way to avoid trigger situations, and developing positive coping strategies. (15 minutes)
Length: 15 minutes
Copyright date: ©2007
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