Healing From Complex Trauma & PTSD/CPTSD

A journey to healing from complex trauma.


Volunteer Spotlight on Hanah Bratt!

Child Protection Center, Inc.

April is just about over and that means that Child Abuse Prevention Month is coming to a close, but in reality every month and all 365 days a year are for child abuse prevention. –Hanah Bratt, Volunteer at the Child Protection Center

Hanah Bratt

Hi! My name is Hanah Bratt and I am the newest volunteer here at CPC. I’ve lived in the Kansas City area my whole life and I am very family and friend oriented. I’m the middle child with two brothers and have a very involved group of grandparents and cousins. I went to elementary through high school at Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy, graduating in 2011. I knew I wanted to work with kids, but was unsure in what capacity. I thought about pediatric nursing, occupational therapy, art therapy, speech therapy, early childhood education, special education, and everything in between. I eventually thought about social work. I knew that social…

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Combat related PTSD too often turns into bullies, narcissists & domestic violence so common.

Healing From Complex Trauma & PTSD/CPTSD

There is a lot of research about combat related PTSD and how ex military are more prone to becoming violent, aggressive, narcissistic/sociopathic behaviours, and domestic violence is far too common with Combat PTSD.

(Please note – I am only referring to the abusive combat PTSD ex-military. I am very aware there are many who are not abusive, so this post, is not to be confused as a description of all being this way, at all).

Having received cyber bullying, harassment, along with others who were threatened, attacked, from a page from the founder;

Simon Buckden of ‘Positive Action For PTSD – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder’, who is ex military, I decided to do some research.

IT HAS BEEN BROUGHT TO MY ATTENTION THAT THIS PAGE ^ ARE ALSO STALKING AND HARASSING ANOTHER UK PTSD PAGE

I have always been a huge supporter of ex military with PTSD receiving more…

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