- Duration: 4 hours
Synopsis of PTSD – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness
This course is designed to take the learner through an understanding of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness(PTSD). This course will help someone that is trying to cope with PTSD, give advice, and areas how they can get help, and can also be used by people that live with someone with PTSD, or professionals.
The course looks at possible causes and risks associated with PTSD. It will help you discover how PTSD can be assessed and treated along with ways in which a person can help their own recovery and current support groups in the UK.
We will discuss different methods of treatment and help out there, and most of all it is designed to give the reader confidence to ask for help and support. Knowing what they need to ask for.
Module 1: Understanding PTSD
- Introduction – What is PTSD?
- What is Complex PTSD?
- How Does PTSD Start?
- What does PTSD feel like?
- Why are Traumatic events so shocking?
- Examples of Traumatic Events?
- Does everyone get PTSD after a traumatic event?
- What makes PTSD worse?
- What risks are associated with PTSD?
- What’s the difference between stress and PTSD?
- Why does PTSD happen?
Module 2: Diagnosing & Assessments
- Why PTSD is often not recognized?
- How can I tell if I have PTSD?
- Principles of Care
- Medical Assessment for PTSD
- What are treatments for PTSD
- Accessing Treatment
- The Rewind Technique
Module 3: Healing & The future
- Getting better
- Self-help for PTSD
- How do I know when I’ve got over a traumatic experience?
- Becoming independent
Module 4: Help
- Further Help
- Information for friends, relatives and colleagues
- Useful LINKS
***PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS COURSE HAS BEEN DEVELOPED TO AID PEOPLE WITH AN AWARENESS, AND CANNOT BE USED AS A DIAGNOSIS TOOL. IT IS DESIGNED TO GUIDE PEOPLE IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION WITH AN UNDERSTANDING OF PTSD, AND GIVE THEM CONFIDENCE TO SEEK HELP. MEDICAL ADVICE SHOULD BE SOUGHT OUT AT ALL TIMES.***
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Module 1 – Understanding PTSD
- Lecture 2.1Introduction – What is PTSD?6m
- Lecture 2.2What is Complex PTSD?4m
- Lecture 2.3How Does PTSD Start?4m
- Lecture 2.4What dose PTSD feel like?8m
- Lecture 2.5Why are Traumatic events so shocking?3m
- Lecture 2.6Examples of Traumatic Events?5m
- Lecture 2.7Does everyone get PTSD after a traumatic event?4m
- Lecture 2.8What makes PTSD worse?3m
- Lecture 2.9What risks are associated with PTSD?4m
- Lecture 2.10What’s the difference between stress and PTSD?4m
- Lecture 2.11Why does PTSD happen?5m
- Lecture 2.12Case Study 1 – War Veteran15m
- Lecture 2.13PTSD Story’s – Maria (Rape 15) & Joe (War Veteran)15m
- Lecture 2.14Case Study 2 – Rape case15m
Module 2 – Diagnosing & Assessments
- Lecture 3.1Why PTSD is often not recognised?5m
- Lecture 3.2How can I tell if I have PTSD?4m
- Lecture 3.3Principles of Care5m
- Lecture 3.4Medical Assessment for PTSD5m
- Lecture 3.5What are treatments for PTSD10m
- Lecture 3.6Accessing Treatment6m
- Lecture 3.7The Rewind Technique10m
- Lecture 3.8Case Study 3 – EMDR20m
Module 3 – Healing & The future
- Lecture 4.1Getting better8m
- Lecture 4.2Self-help for PTSD6m
- Lecture 4.3How do I know when I’ve got over a traumatic experience?1m
- Lecture 4.4Becoming independent2m
- Lecture 4.5Case Study 4 – Earthquake Survivor15m
- Lecture 4.6Case Study 5 – 20 Years Infantry Soldier working towards a positive future15m
Module 4 - Help