Premedical Solutions, LLC - Founded in 2009
Mission Statement"To reduce the global disease burden by preventing illnesses through elite training for the common man and woman."
Philosophy of the PTSD Academy
- THE PEOPLE. To focus on people who are beginners at learning about trauma by leveling the playing field for trauma survivors, their supporters and clinicians everywhere electricity exists (and some places it does not).
- THE QUALITY. To provide dedicated instruction from talented, cutting edge teachers to develop a real-time awareness in students for the interplay between psychological symptoms and the underlying biological mechanisms that cause them.
- THE MESSAGE. Hope embodies the tone of every message. Evolving neuroscience is integrated with over 40 psychotherapies and philosophies. Meaningful relationships and accomplishing individual life purpose is the unapologetic goal.
StrategyDevelop a well-organized, multimedia platform ideal for individuals or groups to use physical books, live teleconferences, syndicated podcasts, and premium on-demand video training courses on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
TacticsThe 9-Line PTSD Test® is an interactive, database-driven, survey tool that separately serves trauma survivors, family, caregivers and professionals, and complex cases involving individuals that fall into multiple categories. The answers provided in the survey are used to generate a custom-tailored response from the CATIE (computer assisted trauma intelligence engine).
ProductsThe purpose of the PTSD Academy is to teach certificate courses to the trauma community about the STate Assessment by Phenotypic LEvel (STAPLE) Approach to Trauma. The two 9-Line PTSD Test® versions serve as an informational guide through the recovery journey with over 100 trauma treatments and activities. Trauma survivors learn exactly what is taught in world-class PTSD programs. Family, Friends, and Caregivers learn how to help connect survivors with professionals with specific skill sets that fit what is needed at the time-cutting down on bad healthcare experiences and secondary trauma. Professionals and clinicians will improve their recognition of posttraumatic symptoms and quickly build the one thing that is absolutely required for trauma survivors to open up and heal—felt safety.
InfluencesOut of the thousands of research articles, books, speakers, fellowships, teachers and two exceptional therapists I call friends, only three books stand far apart as critically important in the development and refining of our content: Schema Therapy: A Practitioner’s Guide, by Jeffrey Young, et. al.; The Inner World of Trauma: Archetypal Defenses of the Personal Spirit, by Donald Kalsched; and The Holy Bible. The creative influences for the design and delivery of PTSD Academy products include the Internet Business Mastery Academy & Podcast, Brendon Bruchard's Experts Academy, and the Mobile Mixed Podcast by Greg Hickman that focuses on delivering High Definition content to any device such as phones, tablets or traditional computers.
On a Personal NoteFourteen to 36% of patients with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder also have ADHD. Since the May 2013 publication of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual 5th Edition, the previous label of ADD has been rolled up into ADHD - predominantly inattentive, predominantly hyperactive, or combined. Dr. Dan specializes in PTSD and co-occurring Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). You do not have to have PTSD to get treatment for ADHD! Professionals and the working class help manage projects, personnel and create jobs. Performing at your best without unnecessary inattention, forgetfulness, energy or motivation is critical for quality of life and making a meaningful contribution to society. If you or someone you love is struggling with symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, arm yourself with facts with Dr. Dan books and online courses.
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