Further study on CPTSD and BPD – Part 2
Continuing the dissection of this massive study which was featured in Borderline Personality Disorder and Emotion Dysregulation Vol. 8 Part two of the study conducted by Julian D. Ford & Christine A. Courtois focuses on the Clinical phenomenology of BPD, PTSD, and cPTSD. This section of the article is data dense. Its focus is on the prevalence…
Further study on CPTSD and BPD – Part 1
A massive article broken down into seven major areas of study. Part 1: the prevalence and comorbidity of BPD, PTSD, and CPTSD.
Clinical Utility of CPTSD
An encounter with a troll drove me back to looking at the research. So I guess I owe the troll a “Thank you.”
Exploring Complex PTSD and Psychosis
Interesting stuff coming out of the UK about Complex PTSD. The North West United Kingdom mental health services conducted a unique study looking into the relationship of trauma, particularly complex trauma, with psychosis. They published their findings in March 2022 with Frontiers in Psychology. In short, they had 144 people who suffer from psychosis answer…
Research: Brain Activity Patterns After Trauma
From October 2021 – The U.S. National Institutes of Health reported on a study that might demonstrate a link between post-trauma brain activity and symptoms of anxiety and PTSD. The study doesn’t directly address the long term factors that contribute to Complex PTSD. Instead the study focuses on short-term instances of trauma, single event situations.…
Good News on Psilocybin for Major Depression
In case you haven’t there is news coming out of Johns Hopkins Medicine that is good news for sufferers of major depression.
New class of antidepressants?
Source C&E News February 7, 2022 How do you know if a mouse is hallucinating? Apparently mice on LSD and psilocybin twich their heads. Fascinating. But then, if I was a mouse and my world had gone all psychotropic I suspect there would be some head twitching, too. So what do tripping mice have to…