traumatic events coping skills


Dealing with the trauma of the #TorontoAttack

For most of my life I have had an irrational fear of smells, sounds, things and touch which my brain had stored away as “warning signs” that bad stuff was about to happen.  EMDR unlocked pandora box after pandora box of stacked horrors neatly stored behind the walls that my brain and body had carefully crafted to keep me alive.  This is what we refer to as Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. My earliest trauma that we could access was my mother using, the vehicle I was in, as a weapon. For those of you who have been part of or witness to this appalling horror in Toronto where an unhinged human used his van as a weapon, I can only help by providing you with the tools, the experience and the ways to fight back that I have learnt. ANGER & RAGE If you are a cop, a firefighter…