Yoga- Knowledge of yoga can help relieve us, direct us, and give clarity of mind. It is the ultimate self-help. But first, we need to calm the mind, calm the system.
The first step in yoga practice is to link the mind and body through the breath, bringing awareness to what is happening at the moment. Intense feelings and thoughts can be experienced and reduced in intensity as the mind becomes more still and calm and the body allows the sensations to pass. An experience of a deeper level of existence is possible allowing the body-mind complex to feel peace and generate positive emotions and enter a transformative period. With repeated practice and guidance, a yoga practice can bring long term relief and a fresh perspective on life for PTSD sufferers.
Arts Based Therapy– Art therapy uses creative mediums like drawing, painting, coloring, and sculpture. For PTSD recovery, art helps process traumatic events in a new way. Art provides an outlet when words fail. With a trained art therapist, every step of the therapy process involves art.
Pranic healing– To end PTSD, integrated holistic therapy is also needed.
The holistic approach seeks to end the emotional grip of the trauma that caused the PTSD and help move the person toward happiness – an ongoing feeling of inner peace, peace of mind, and joy.
Developed by Master Chok Sui from Japan, Pranic healing is a form of energy healing that uses life force or prana to improve health. Pranic healing is said to be extremely powerful and is based on the principle of accelerating the healing capacity of the body by increasing its life force.
Psychiatrist– The road to recovery from PTSD is not always easy. It is often challenging to overcome specific triggers. However, seeing a psychiatrist can significantly improve and ultimately help those with PTSD manage the disorder.
A psychiatrist can help with PTSD by offering the patient various coping methods and management tools. A psychiatrist has a variety of treatment options available to them for PTSD, ranging from medication to therapy. It is crucial for those who have PTSD to seek help from a psychiatrist to deal with the symptoms.
However, those with PTSD often fear psychiatric treatment. It can be uncomfortable to confront certain memories. That said, addressing the issues behind your PTSD can help you take control of your thoughts and emotions.
Counseling: When you have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), dealing with the past can be hard. Instead of telling others how you feel, you may keep your feelings bottled up. But talking with a therapist can help you get better.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is one type of counseling. It appears to be an effective type of counseling for PTSD. In CBT, a therapist helps you deal with your feelings about the past.