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Evidence on Adverse Childhood Experiences, dissociative disorders, and attachment

This article provides a brief overview on the outcomes of ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) with respect to dissociative symptoms and attachment disorders. Background:  Adverse Childhood Experiences, extreme stress, and dissociative symptoms There is considerable evidence regarding the relationship between childhood abuse or neglect and dissociation symptoms in adulthood with an earlier age of onset, as well as a longer duration of abuse and parental abuse significantly predicted higher dissociation scores. The relationship between ACEs and dissociation is fully mediated by mentalization; this means that the important predictive factor for dissociation is not if you have been abused as a child,

Evidence on Adverse Childhood Experiences, dissociative disorders, and attachment2022-09-20T15:46:47+05:30

Increasing the effectiveness of the client’s Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) assessment – internship report

Increasing the effectiveness of the client's Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) assessment Internship report of Anuja Bhandari who interned in early 2022. When I first started working at Wellness Space as an intern, my role was to go through client consultation files (especially self-assessment of ACEs) and check if there were any changes to the ACE (adverse childhood experiences or traumatic events that occur before a child turns 18) in the self-assessment after the client consultation (personal interview, online or offline) [1]. According to research, ACEs have a significant impact on mental health, and detecting ACE is a crucial task for

Increasing the effectiveness of the client’s Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) assessment – internship report2022-07-06T14:25:16+05:30

Our contribution as Co-Author: Book on Lifestyle Disease

Proud to share that Gunjan Y Trivedi has contributed as co-author for the book on lifestyle disease. Click the link to order the book: Preventing Insidious Lifestyle Diseases Perfect Paperback, Authors: K V RAMANI, HEMLATHA RAMANI, GUNJAN Y TRIVEDI, VISHWANATHAN P, LAKSHMI M and ANITA VERMA Abstract: An insidious disease is any disease growing within our body with no marked symptoms in the beginning. Hence any person with an insidious disease is not aware of its development. The prevention of premature deaths from insidious chronic diseases by 30% by 2030 is one of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. This book is an effort to move

Our contribution as Co-Author: Book on Lifestyle Disease2022-06-14T15:44:05+05:30

Research at Wellness Space (Society for Energy & Emotions)

Research work at Wellness Space (Society for Energy & Emotions) At Wellness Space, we focus on three core areas (See the visual with three bubbles) and integrate the learnings from each core area into the other two[1].   This is a win-win for everyone since our research brings powerful and actionable insights that we integrate into our coaching and therapy framework and together these two core areas feed into our training & certification curriculum (Regression Therapy & Life Coaching).  As per our knowledge, the integration of these three core areas with proven outcomes in each is our unique strength.  It

Research at Wellness Space (Society for Energy & Emotions)2022-09-11T19:28:45+05:30

What is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)?

What is PTSD? Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a psychiatric disorder that may occur in people who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event such as a natural disaster, a serious accident, a terrorist act, war/combat, or rape or who have been threatened with death, sexual violence or serious injury[1]. PTSD affects approximately 3.5 percent of U.S. adults every year, and an estimated one in 11 people will be diagnosed with PTSD in their lifetime. Women are twice as likely as men to have PTSD. People with PTSD have intense, disturbing thoughts and feelings related to their experience that last

What is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)?2022-03-30T18:20:23+05:30
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