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Sensorimotor Psychotherapy is proving to be successful for PTSD and DES (Disorder of Extreme Stress).

www.sensorimotorpsychotherapy.org


Much Trauma is held in the body. I am reading a book by Pat Ogden called "Trauma and the Body", right now, which touches on this subject.

http://www.amazon.com/Trauma-Body-Se...e=UTF8&s=books


You may also want to read Waking The Tiger by Peter Levine. (Your local Public Library may have it. It is pretty popular.)

http://www.amazon.com/Waking-Tiger-T...e=UTF8&s=books


I also like a book by Jon G. Allen called "Coping With Trauma", and found it very helpful. (My Public Library had it too.)

http://www.amazon.com/Coping-Trauma-...e=UTF8&s=books


People with PTSD tend to either be hypoaroused or hyperaroused, when they are in crisis. T
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