Memory tools using leading-edge neuroscience to help with PTSD and phobias.
This is a memory tool making use of recent neuroscience discoveries to help with PTSD and addictions.
This self-scoring scale can be used before and after a rewind technique or dynamic visual noise exercise for trauma to check if use lowers the score. It is derived from Weiss and Marmor's Impact of Event Scale-Revised and is used by permission.
Weiss, D.S. & Marmar, C.R. (1997). The Impact of Event Scale-Revised. In J.P. Wilson, & T. M. Keane (Eds.), Assessing Psychological Trauma and PTSD: A Practitioner's Handbook. (pp. 399-411). New York: Guilford.
Weiss, D. S. (2004). The Impact of Event Scale-Revised. In J. P. Wilson, & T. M. Keane (Eds.), Assessing psychological trauma and PTSD: A practitioner's handbook (2nd ed., pp. 168-189). New York: Guilford Press.
This eLearning lesson focuses on preventing PTSD using game animations.