The Secret Suffering: How Trauma Affects the Brain
|Michele Rosenthal joins Seaview Radio with her new show "Your Life After Trauma" Thursday nights at 7- 8PM EST.|
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For so many who suffer in silence there is now a radio program (the first in the market) that addresses and offers assistance for survivors of trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). PTSD causes range from natural disasters to terrorism, war, medical dramas, domestic violence, sexual and child abuse. The PTSD survivor crowd is large, diverse, global and always growing.
Michele Rosenthal's first show airs live on May 12, 2011 on 95.9FM, 106.9FM, 960AM and online at www.seaviewradio.com with the topic "How Trauma Affects The Brain". Michele will have two well respected experts as her guests: Rachel Yehuda, PhD, and Dave Ziegler, Ph.D., L.M.F.T., L.P.C. (additional information below) .
Chet Tart, General Manager of Seaview Radio states, "We are so pleased to have Michele Rosenthal joining the Seaview family. With so many servicemen returning with PTSD, plus those who have endured trauma, it is heartwarming to know they will now have a program where they can find comfort and solutions for living with this debilitating disorder."
Since Michele Rosenthal struggled with PTSD she is the ideal candidate to address issues related to trauma and symptoms of posttraumatic stress. More information on Michele and her efforts can be found at www.healmyptsd.com.
We hope you will help in spreading the word about this wonderful show so that those who suffer with PTSD will no longer have to suffer in silence.
Interviews with Michele Rosenthal can be arranged by calling 561-502-8194.
Rachel Yehuda, PhD, Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience, is the Director of the Traumatic Stress Studies Division at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine which includes the PTSD clinical research program and the Neurochemistry and Neuroendocrinology laboratory at the James J. Peters Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Dr. Yehuda is a recognized leader in the field of traumatic stress studies. She has authored more than 250 published papers, chapters, and books in the field of traumatic stress and the neurobiology of PTSD, including PSYCHOBIOLOGY OF PTSD. Her current interests include the study of risk and resilience factors, psychological and biological predictors of treatment response in PTSD, genetic and epigenetic studies of PTSD and the intergenerational transmission of trauma and PTSD. She has an active federally-funded clinical and research program that welcomes local and international students and clinicians.
Dr. Yehuda's research on cortisol and brain function has revolutionized the understanding and treatment of PTSD worldwide and has been awarded the renowned Max Planck Institute for Psychiatry (Munich, Germany) 2004 Guest Professorship. The appointment signifies a special recognition of the outstanding research she has been performing in the field of neuroscience in the context of studies on causality of psychiatric disorders over the years.
Dr. Yehuda received her PhD in Psychology and Neurochemistry and her MS in Biological -1888248032 Psychology from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and completed her postdoctoral training in Biological Psychiatry in the Psychiatry Department at Yale Medical School.
Dave Ziegler, Ph.D., L.M.F.T., L.P.C., Licensed Psychologist, Executive Director, Founder, Jasper Mountain, an organizaton whose mission is to bring hope and healing to traumatized children and their familiars. With a 37 year career as a therapist, clinical supervisor, foster parent and program manager, Dr. Ziegler is also the author of multiple books and publications, including TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCE AND THE BRAIN. He is an international authority and presenter on issues related to trauma and psychological treatment.
For more information about the show visit: http://www.healmyptsd.com/your-life-after-trauma2
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