Working Through Trauma-Related Travel Fears

In this video Dr. Tony Madril will answer the question: How can trauma therapy help me overcome fears of traveling? Following trauma, the nervous system may become hypersensitive to stress. Another consequence may be that the part of the mind that holds the memory and distress of the trauma may try to “protect” the person from future harm by activating the fight-flight-freeze response when confronted with a stressful (yet, innocuous) situation that–in its hypersensitive state–perceives as overwhelming. In some cases, a memory of past trauma may be “feeding” the fear of traveling. Click here

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