Hope & Possibilities Podcast
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a serious mental health challenge. But it can also be confusing – confusing for some professionals to correctly diagnose, and confusing for the one suffering from it. We know that PTSD almost certainly involves depression as well as anxiety. Both can appear independently, or simultaneously. In either case, PTSD can be debilitating, making the one suffering feeling like they need to withdraw, like there is no hope, that any social situation situation can instantly become an embarrassing and very uncomfortable place they need to escape from.
We often refer to military veterans, especially those returning from serious conflict and war, as being highly susceptible to PTSD. And that is very true. We need to take care of the mental health of our military members. But PTSD can occur to anyone. If there was trauma in the past, it can not only linger, but fester and cause increasingly more difficult challenges as one gets older.
In this podcast, Dr. Jantz explains what PTSD is, how it can affect us, and what we can do to overcome it.
Dr. Jantz’s award-winning treatment facility, The Center • A Place of HOPE in Edmonds, Washington, successfully treats those who have experienced extreme betrayal, shame, guilt, anxiety, and depression.. The Center uses the whole person care approach to healing.
The Center • A Place of HOPE is recognized as a top 10 mental health center in the U.S., and has treated thousands suffering with mental health challenges.
If you or someone you care for is struggling with betrayal and trust issues, please call The Center today and visit with a specialist about what a treatment program can look like for you.
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