>MDMA-Assisted Psychotherapy for PTSD: Current Research<

Great to hear that the U.S. finished the phase II study, and hopefully gives new draughts for the practical psychotherapy. 

The states are to us some steps of prerau which potential unlawful drugs can have, so long they are looked again as a possible pharmaceutical medicine. It becomes a time that Germany frees itself, fanally, sometimes of his conservative, rigid world views. Our pharmaceutical industry should become an aid the medicine being and health service again. Nevertheless, it is evident long ago that our pharmaceutical industry is over more on capital, than to be this for which it was developed, actully, a sience for the support of the person, And not to treat us as benefit cattle. We need urgently new sedate around this manipulating lobby to dam.



However you choose to honor our veterans, just make sure that you take some time to be thankful for all that they have given us. Remember that they are human too and gave of their time to keep us all safe. Thank you to all of those who have served or are serving our country. Happy Veterans Day. xox 

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U.S. Army veteran Alex Gries served in Iraq. She was partnered and trains with her beloved service dog Sherman at Operation Freedom Paws. Alex is finding her “new normal” with Sherman as he is by her side helping to mitigate the challenges of post-traumatic stress and physical injuries sustained during her military service.

(Video “Out of the Dark” by Vicki Topaz, Editor: CMAP TV)


Can I go back there? – Post-traumatic stress disorder 101

Everyone is at risk of experiencing trauma. Is there a “normal” way to react? People indeed respond to traumatic events in multiple ways. But why are some of us able to deal with the emotional shock and go on to live functional lives while others are paralyzed with the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder?

Lecturer: Camillo Zacchia, PhD, Psychologist, Senior Advisor, Mental Health Education Office, Douglas Institute