Journalist: I know there are many techniques you have to help “reshape people” into creating a new and improved blueprint of themselves. But, how do we ultimately heal from trauma in our lives? A: Yes, I can definitely do a lot of fancy footwork to help accelerate the process of healing, helping to rescript aspects of the past in the subconscious so we can redesign our future! I can really help to lift negativity off a person more quickly, and make the process so much easier.
PTSD is very prevalent and affects more than 7.5 million Americans. Rape is the most likely trigger of PTSD: 65% of men and 45.9% of women who are raped will develop the disorder. Childhood sexual abuse is a strong predictor of lifetime likelihood for developing PTSD. But, what many people don't know is that PTSD is a very common occurrence that can happen when any pain, grief, fear, disappointment, or upset is felt! Of course we understand that Veterans suffer from PTSD, abu
I want to talk to you about something very interesting, but maybe difficult to comprehend. I touched upon this in my last blog, but it has to do with the idea of embracing difficulties. None of us likes or welcomes difficulties, why would we? You already know the kinds of unwanted thoughts and feelings difficulties arouse in you. The pain of difficulty is very real. But have you ever sat back and actually thought about the purpose of difficulty? Sometimes looking back at thin
Hi Everyone! With hurricane Irma upon us, many of us in Florida are instilled with panic and fear! Unfortunately, we are faced with the impending doom of the potential loss of many of our possessions. Anxiety over separation from our comforts and attachments invite an unwelcomed sense of negativity to grow within us, as we grapple with an uncertain future in the days and possibly weeks ahead! I know that many of you have been glued to your TV sets wondering where the path of
Hi Everyone! As Hurricane Irma approaches Florida, we are all hurrying to make preparations. Hurricane circumstances and anxiety can make us gravitate to packaged snacks and comfort food! Here are a few ways you can stay calm and healthy during these stressful times! 10 Food and Snack Tips Try dried fruits such as dried cherries, mango, raisins, cranberries. Dried vegetables are also very good. Mixed nuts are a wonderful and healthy snack, such as almonds, peanuts, cashews. B
Studies show exercise can relieve stress, reduce depression and improve cognitive function. Just 30 minutes of daily exercise is enough to keep you feeling healthy. However, according to the CDC over 80% of Americans don't get recommended exercise. So before you convince yourself out of daily exercise, take a look at the benefits of training for your mind and body. #exercise #Anxiety #Depression #mentalhealthtreatment #TheRenewCenterofFlorida #DrLisaPalmer #SelfHelp
What Your Doctors DON'T Tell You About Why Your Psychotropic Medications Aren't Working! All too often patients are prescribed medications for anxiety, depression, insomnia, and other concerns to control chemical imbalances, without their neurotransmitters ever being tested! This can create many more problems as you can imagine, and one reason why eventually patients begin on one medication then are led to many more as they desperately try to control other imbalances that may