What Is Secondary Trauma?

What Is Secondary Trauma?

Mindpath Health's Julian Lagoy, M.D. discusses what secondary trauma is. Some jobs require a lot of empathy. Many people in helping professions — such as nurses, therapists, social workers, and first responders — show up to work with big hearts, ready to help others....

Can a Relationship Give You PTSD?

Can a Relationship Give You PTSD?

Mindpath Health's Leela Magavi, M.D. helps discuss whether or not a relationship can cause PTSD. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is an extreme anxiety disorder caused by experiencing a life-threatening event or situation. Often, people associate PTSD with...

How Can Art Therapy Help with Trauma?

How Can Art Therapy Help with Trauma?

Leela Magavi, M.D. discusses how art therapy can help with trauma. Creative expression can be a beneficial form of therapy, especially for those who need help navigating traumatic experiences. If you’re looking to work through a distressing event, it’s OK if speaking...

PTSD’s Long Reach

PTSD’s Long Reach

Dr. Vaishnavi is a neuropsychiatrist, cognitive neuroscientist, and a psychiatrist with Mindpath Health. Ms. Thompson is an Adolescent and Adult Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with Mindpath Health, formerly Community Psychiatry, who are driven to help...

When PTSD Walks Down the Hall

When PTSD Walks Down the Hall

Here’s how to catch a PTSD chameleon using DSM-5 criteria. Many confident psychiatrists have quipped, “I can recognize posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as it walks down the hall.” It may be an exaggeration, but it does belie a surprising truth about the disorder....

My Life with PTSD

My Life with PTSD

by Kristy Southivilay Please note: This content contain mentions of sexual abuse. We often imagine PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) as being reserved for military veterans, or mothers experiencing postpartum PTSD after childbirth; but PTSD can happen to anyone...

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