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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

What is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder ?

PTSD is a mental health condition resulting from exposure to traumatic events. Individuals may experience persistent distressing thoughts, memories, and emotional reactions related to the trauma. The impact can disrupt daily life and functioning. Treatment often involves therapy and support to alleviate symptoms and promote recovery.

Symptoms of PTSD

PTSD - Flashbacks

Vivid, distressing memories resurface unexpectedly.

PTSD - Nightmares

Sleep disrupted by intense and frightening dreams.

PTSD - Avoidance

Steering clear of reminders linked to the trauma.

PTSD - Hyperarousal

A constant state of heightened alertness.

PTSD - Difficulty Concentrating
Difficulty Concentrating

Struggling to stay focused or experiencing a wandering mind.

PTSD - Negative Thoughts
Negative Thoughts

Persistent feelings of guilt, shame, or hopelessness.

of the world population experiences PTSD in a given year.


According to WHO, an estimated

Global Impact

experience PTSD at least once in their lifetime.



Prevalence in the U.S

of those with PTSD resist conventional treatments.



Treatment Resistance


Treatment Resistance PTSD

Treatment-Resistant PTSD emerges when the conventional arsenal of therapies and medications doesn't wield its expected efficacy. It's a unique subset where the road to recovery takes unexpected turns, demanding a specialized, nuanced approach.

Treatment Resistance Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

The Journey to Healing

Navigating Treatment-Resistant PTSD requires resilience, understanding, and a community that acknowledges the unique struggles. In this space, we unite those on this distinctive path, offering support that transcends conventional approaches. Together, we redefine the trajectory of healing, fostering strength amid adversity.

Navigating Treatment-Resistant PTSD
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Where The Journey From Treatment Resistance To Resilience Is Shared, Understood, And Embraced.

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