Category Archives: PTSD

“The Intersection of Public Safety and Mental Health,” a Public Safety Meeting Presentation

Last night, for the first time in many years, I spoke in public. This was at a local public safety meeting coordinated by my State Representative, Larry Lambert, a fine human being. Also present were representatives of our local first … Continue reading

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America’s standard treatment for childhood trauma: more abuse and neglect

If you had “good enough” parents you were blessed with a fairly regulated nervous system, integrated brain, and secure attachment style. These contribute greatly to a sense of well-being from which health arises and a good life can unfold. If  … Continue reading

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Between September 2020 and March 2023 I had 12 Stellate Ganglion Blocks (SGBs) as a treatment for my Complex PTSD caused by severe Developmental Trauma. Two SGBs were with Pulsed Radio Frequency Ablation (pRFA). This minimally-invasive and largely safe procedure … Continue reading

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