Confronting PTSD from Sexual Trauma

Confronting PTSD from Sexual Trauma

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affects more people than just combat veterans. For years, renowned psychologist Dr. Cheryl Arutt has been treating PTSD in women & men who have faced sexual trauma. In this series, she provides actionable advice you can utilize today while helping you grasp the full scope of the disorder. Dr. Cheryl even provides tips for supporting and loving someone who has experienced sexual trauma.

Confronting PTSD from Sexual Trauma
  • Why PTSD Impacts So Many People & the Science Behind It

    There is foundational knowledge you need when it comes to truly understanding PTSD from sexual trauma. While PTSD is commonly associated with male combat veterans, it extends far beyond just that demographic. In this episode, Dr. Cheryl Arutt will help you understand the full scope of the disorde...

  • What PTSD Symptoms Actually Look Like, According to the DSM 5

    PTSD symptoms can be hard to spot for a number of reasons. In this enlightening session, Dr. Cheryl explains how to spot each one.

  • How to Spot the Signs of PTSD (Continued)

    Dr. Cheryl and Kyle continue their conversation on how to spot the symptoms of PTSD. They discuss how soon after a traumatic incident PTSD symptoms may start occurring, whether this varies per patient, how long symptoms last, and more.

  • The Highly Effective PTSD Treatment You Should Know

    In this session, Dr. Cheryl walks through the medications, therapies, and other types of treatment you should consider when it comes to PTSD from sexual trauma. She also explains how to find the one that could be most effective for you, how to tell if it's working, and how to tell if it's time to...

  • How to Help a Loved One Cope with Past Sexual Abuse

    The biggest indicator of whether someone will recover from PTSD is whether they receive the right support from their loved ones. In this eye-opening session, Dr. Cheryl walks through specific steps for how to help a loved one work through past sexual abuse. She also explains what NOT to do.

  • How to Romantically Love Someone Who's Suffered Abuse

    Understand how sexual abuse may have impacted your partner, and how to support them romantically.