Complex PTSD and Attachment Trauma

Complex PTSD is a result of long-term exposure to traumatic stress.  These early memories are stored as somatic experiences and are related to early relational exchanges.  Somatic psychology is the exploration of the interactions among brain, mind, body and behavior and how these relationships impacts mental and physical health.  


Chronic Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is associated with chronic patterns of illnesses and chronic pain.  



When trauma occurs, it affects the right side of the brain, which controls somatic and spatial memory.  The trauma is stored in implicit memory.  To process the traumatic event, bilateral stimulation is applied and the individual who is then able to use both sides of their brain and to clear it. Often other circuits or memories are processed at the same time, allowing the individual to integrate the memories in a more adaptive method. 


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