Child Abuse

Are Some People More Prone To Depression?

All people who were mentally, emotionally, physically, and/or sexually abused during their maturation years and beyond are prone to use depression as a coping mechanism. All mental, emotional, and physical negative symptoms, behavior, and diagnosis are more accurately a profound and necessary choice to survive childhood trauma. Childhood trauma is the result of anything that …

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False Memory Theory – New Research Revealed

The bottom line: Current evidence shows “false memory theory” to be “scientifically inaccurate, damaging to survivors, and unhelpful to the public.” “False Memory Syndrome” has Never Been Ratified by the American Psychological Association or Any Other Mainstream Psychological Diagnostic System as an Actual Diagnosis” Undeniable there is no proof of “False Memory Syndrome” — not after 30 years of research. “An …

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Is It Possible To Have DID and Sociopathy?

While rare that one or more of the dissociated identities could exhibit sociopathic (ASPD) behavior it isn’t out of the realm of possibility. Disassociated Idenriry with Sociopathic behavior will manifest the same behavior as the majority of Sociopaths. The behavior of ASPD varies widely from person to person. In addition, one person’s symptoms may change …

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Can Multiple Issues Be Addressed In One Hypnotherapy Session?

The most effective hypnosis protocol is discovering the cause versus treating the symptoms. Therefore, some issues that are interrelated more than one can be resolved together. It is rare that the issue(s) can be resolved in one appointment. Everyone has their unique coping mechanisms and their ability to transform or transmute the coping mechanisms and …

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What is the root cause of anxiety disorders?

The cause of people’s symptoms, distress, mental, emotional, and physical dysfunction is the result of mental, emotional, physical, and/or sexual abuse trauma experiences that weren’t addressed then and are now coming to the surface as mental, emotional, and/or physical symptoms. The psychiatric profession labels all Mental, Emotional symptoms and distress behavior vis-a-vis the Diagnostic and …

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