PTSD Resources for Trauma Survivors
PTSD Resources for Family
Resources for Friends and Caregivers
PTSD Resources for Clinicians
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Which of these describes you best in the past three months?
Fearful, heart racing, jumpy or easily startled, sweating and can’t concentrate or remember tasks.
Sleep-deprived, irritable, argumentative and unable to respond to life the way you use to despite trying very hard.
Completely worn out, feeling defeated or no feelings at all, mostly staying home, lacking motivation to do simple things.
Other. I'm either a student, family member, caregiver, friend, professional, clinician, or some combination of all of the above.
Do you force yourself to tolerate fear or anxiety when in groups of people?
No, I try to avoid stress now so this doesn’t happen much anymore.
No, this is not a problem for me.
Have you had a lot of trouble finding help or treatment due to lack of providers (doctors, therapists, PTSD Treatment Programs, etc.), finances or lack of time?
No, I haven’t really tried.
No, help or treatment is readily available and I use them.
True or False: Other people have told you that you need to get help, like family or law enforcement, but you really don’t think you have a problem with fear, anxiety or depression.
True, if people would just leave me alone or act right there wouldn’t be a problem.
False, I know I have a problem but when I’ve tried to get help it didn’t meet my needs.
False, I know I have a problem but when I’ve tried to get help I forget about appointments, not remember what we had talked about, or had impulsive mood swings with dramatic relationship problems that interfered with the sessions.
Choose all of the following conditions that you have.
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Regular use of opiates since the trauma (such as hydrocodone, norco, oxycontin, etc).
Regular use of benzodiazepines since trauma (such as lorazapam/ativan, diazepam/valium, clonazepam/klonopin, alprazolam/xanax, etc).
Any new use of illegal drugs since trauma.
Regular use of alcohol since the trauma.
Need for alternative or special education classes.
Episodes of "spacing out".
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