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LAST PUBLISHED 26 January 2022

Coping with Trauma films

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Short films to help you get the most from the workbook with trauma experts Caroline Harrison, a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and Tom Parsloe, Clinical Psychologist from the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.

In this episode, we look at how people experience something traumatic at some point in their life.

In this episode, we look at some of the common reactions.

In this episode, we look at symptoms and how long they can last after a traumatic event.

In this episode, we look at where you can go for support.

In this episode we look at how to employ a grounding statement if you're experiencing a flashback of a traumatic event to support you in feeling safe.

In this episode, we look at grounding across the five senses: using your sense of sight to keep you in the present.

In this episode, we look at grounding across the five senses: using your hearing to keep you in the present.

In this episode, we look at grounding across the five senses: using your sense of smell to keep you in the present.

In this episode, we look at grounding across the five senses: using your sense of touch to keep you in the present.

In this episode, we look at grounding across the five senses: using your sense of taste to keep you in the present.

In this episode, we look at using your body to tell you the trauma is over

In this episode, we look at updating.

In this episode, we look at the same/different technique.

In this episode, we look at imagery work, giving you more control of the images in your mind.

In this episode, we look at re-scripting upsetting images.

In this episode we look at nightmares and how to rescript them.

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