Inner Child Integration and Emotional Neglect in Complex PTSD Recovery

Bridging the Gap: Inner Child Integration and Emotional Neglect in Complex PTSD Recovery To uncover the root causes of trauma, one crucial aspect that often gets overlooked is the role of emotional neglect experienced during childhood. Our ongoing research, focused on individuals assessed for Complex PTSD, has provided valuable insights into the profound impact of emotional neglect and its connection to long-term trauma. This article offers some unique insights from several assessments and personal interviews of adults who present with the symptoms of Complex PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) Assessment: Worldwide, DSM-V (The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental

Inner Child Integration and Emotional Neglect in Complex PTSD Recovery2024-04-01T15:24:10+05:30

Childhood trauma research in India at Wellness Space (Update: Jan 2024)

Childhood trauma research at Wellness Space, Ahmedabad, India At Wellness Space, over the past several years, we have worked on understanding the root causes that lead to internalizing symptoms and externalizing symptoms.  One of the core issues or root causes is exposure to repeated trauma of high intensity during childhood.  Despite the extensive global evidence, there is limited childhood trauma research in India.  Hence, we decided to pursue it.  At the moment, we have extensive published evidence supporting the role of childhood trauma as a significant risk factor in several internalizing issues (Such as depression and anxiety, insomnia, etc.) and

Childhood trauma research in India at Wellness Space (Update: Jan 2024)2024-04-29T09:55:49+05:30

Uncovering root causes of internalization & externalization issues

Uncovering root causes of internalization & externalization issues We aim to transform individuals and teams at the Society for Energy & Emotions, Wellness Space.  This requires us to understand and measure the problem defined by the client.  Often, that problem is not the real problem, and there is a story behind the story that needs to be identified.  Once the core challenge is identified and measured, we go after the drivers of the problem or the core issues or root causes of the problem. Backing our core training, we have explored the root causes, attempted to connect the core issues

Uncovering root causes of internalization & externalization issues2024-01-21T10:25:21+05:30

Conference presentation: ACE and suicide behavior at NAOP

The below abstract was presented as part of the symposium at NAOP 2023 in Ahmedabad. Abstract # 4: A pilot study to understand the presence of adverse childhood experiences (childhood trauma) in adults with a history of suicide attempts at a well-being center in India Presenter: Neha Pandya Other contributors: Gunjan Y Trivedi, Hemalatha Ramani, Riri G Trivedi Abstract: Background: Suicide is India’s leading cause of death among adolescents and young adults. Evidence has highlighted the link between adverse childhood experiences (ACE) and suicidal behavior. The study attempts to understand the presence of ACEs among individuals with a history of

Conference presentation: ACE and suicide behavior at NAOP2023-12-22T09:45:34+05:30

Predicting suicidal behavior among Indian adults using childhood trauma, mental health questionnaires and machine learning cascade ensembles

We are happy to share our recent conference presentation at Society of Energy & Emotions, along with Indian Institute of Technology, Mandi that seeks to predict suicidal behaviour among Indian adults using Childhood Trauma, Mental Health Questionnaires & Machine Learning Cascade. The abstract of the research that is accepted at Comsys 2023 is mentioned below: Abstract. Among young adults, suicide is India's leading cause of death, accounting for an alarming national suicide rate of around 16%. In recent years, machine learning algorithms have emerged to predict suicidal behavior using various behavioral traits. But to date, the efficacy of machine

Predicting suicidal behavior among Indian adults using childhood trauma, mental health questionnaires and machine learning cascade ensembles2023-12-22T09:53:18+05:30
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