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Yoga vs Cognitive Processing Therapy for Military Sexual Trauma–Related PTSD

The recent randomized controlled trial stands as the largest and most robust evaluation thus far for the TCTSY model. Since 2002, this approach has been actively employed and researched, consistently exhibiting positive outcomes for those affected by trauma. Additionally, TCTSY contributes to a modern mental health movement, spotlighting the body's involvement in healing from psychological trauma and severe PTSD—especially beneficial for cases where verbal therapies may have limited impact.

April Nieuwsletter – Inzichten in Trauma-Geïnformeerde Praktijken

Explore trauma-informed practices this April for a nurturing journey towards growth and healing. Learn why trauma-informed company cultures are essential for individual well-being and organizational resilience. Join our upcoming Trauma-Sensitive Embodiment TCTSY Training in April 2024 for a unique, body-centered approach to support others.

Why your company needs to be trauma-informed

Why your company needs to be trauma-informed – 11 business benefits you cannot ignore By Esther van der Sande I met Matthew, a senior company executive, at a conference. When he asked what I do, I said I help organizations to develop a trauma-informed workplace culture. His expression was quizzical, so I explained that [...]

Exploring the Link Between the Mind and Body

The mind-body connection serves as the intricate channel through which your thoughts and emotions communicate with your physical well-being. If you’ve ever experienced a stomach ache during moments of worry or anxiety, you have directly encountered the impact of this connection. Beyond mere bodily sensations, this interplay plays a pivotal role in shaping both [...]

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World Diabetes Day – October 2023

Dear Readers, With warmth, I welcome you to this special edition of our newsletter, dedicated to a topic that touches the hearts of many: diabetes. In the light of World Diabetes Day on November 14th, we aim to reflect on the challenges and triumphs of those who live with this condition daily. As the great [...]

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