Can Complex PTSD be fully cured? How long does it take to even reach stability?
- Complex PTSD (new page) (dissociative-identity-disorder.net) – covers time to reach stability
- Staying present during trauma therapy – grounding techniques (drkathleenyoung.wordpress.com)
- Dear PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder…) triggering (fightingtheabuse.wordpress.com)
- How can you have PTSD? (cptsd2013.wordpress.com)
- Mental illness – memoirs about healing from PTSD and traumatic events (traumadissociation.wordpress.com)
- What is Complex PTSD? (traumaadissociation.wordpress.com)
- WHO Releases New Guidelines for Treating Acute Traumatic Stress (drvitelli.typepad.com)
- Accepting PTSD (beautywithinchaos.wordpress.com)
- Alice Miller quote (tramadissociation.wordpress.com)
Recently a reader asked a version of this question in response to my post about Complex PTSD:
…I have been told by many doctors, therapists, psychitrists, and psychologists that I will always have PTSD. I have only found one person willing to help with complex ptsd. I am starting to feel angry that I have to live with the consiquences of someones distructive behaviors. I am starting to feel like their is little hope of ever having this cptsd to stop.
I would like to know the length of therapy that is expected for Cptsd.
I wish I could feel normal again and not relieve tramatic events, have issues with relationships, abandoment issues, and mental health issues….
My short answer to this question of cure is a resounding “Yes!”
My longer answer involves first mentioning that I am not a fan of the word “cure”, as I feel it…
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