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PTSD: 4 Surprising Lessons From a Recent Research

PTSD Lessons

Want to learn three essential aspects of PTSD that come from a world-renowned expert in the field?

Interested in knowing whether therapy for PTSD is worth the money and effort?

Curious about how PTSD may be different depending upon differences in the trauma that give rise to this struggle?

Or maybe you would just like some encouragement because you, or someone you love, is battling PTSD?

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A PTSD Researcher Speaks Out

The Psychiatric Times recently published an interview by Heidi Anne Duerr of doctor Armen K. Goenjian, a research psychiatrist at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles.

He has studied the short and long-term impact of PTSD. In particular, he has closely examined PTSD arising from natural disasters (think of the recent carnage created by tornados in Nashville Tennessee).

If you want to read more blogs by Forrest Talley, then visit his website, Forrest Talley.

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Living with PTSD can be a scary thing, but the best way to move on from that is by stopping it from controlling you and your life. It won’t be an easy journey, but you have to try, don’t you? You deserve to live your life to the fullest without something like PTSD holding you back.

If you want to know more about PTSD then check this video out below:

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Forrest Talley Ph.D.

Forrest Talley, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist with a private practice in Folsom California. Prior to opening this practice, he spent 21 years working at the University of California, Davis, Medical Center. During that time he supervised MFT and SW interns, psychology interns, and medical residents. In addition, he was an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at UCDMC. He worked in several capacities at the UCDMC CAARE Center. These include Co-Training Director of the APA approved psychology internship program, the Individual and Group Therapy Manager, primary supervisor for interns and staff, and the main supplier of bagels/cream cheese for all souls at the UCDMC CAARE Center.View Author posts