Invisible Illness
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Invisible Illness

Emotional Support Dogs for Complex PTSD

How our canine companions can help us out after trauma

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Most of us have experienced a traumatic event in our lives, and some may have experienced ongoing or chronic events. We may have been involved in a car accident where a friend or family member was injured or killed. We may have witnessed a mass shooting incident at an airport or college campus, or…

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Annie Tanasugarn, PhD

Annie Tanasugarn, PhD

Psychologist. Certified Trauma & Relationship Specialist. https://behaviorthrive.com/

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