Millions of people around the world are working to heal their Childhood PTSD (which is very positive). I’ve noticed there are two general approaches people follow, and in this video I tell you which one (I think) is more likely to recover.

In one group, people are very in touch with what HAPPENED to them in the past. They usually have clear diagnoses (or suspect diagnoses), seek out professional help and are very in touch with the symptoms they experience from day to day.

A second group is less focused on what happened, seeming almost impatient with telling the story, or finding a name for what’s wrong. They are curious to learn STRATEGIES that make them feel better, and are anxious to become more “normal.”

If you follow my work, you can probably guess who I think is going to get the best results. In this video I tell you why!


Want to move forward with healing your own Childhood PTSD? Check out my online course here. 

If you’d like to learn the techniques I use every day to heal dysregulation that flows from Childhood PTSD, you can find instructions here. 

And, I’ve just released a new course that’s all about Dating and Relationships for People with Childhood PTSD. You can get information and register here!