dēhp Therapeutic is featured on Fox 10 news in Phoenix. Featuring an interview with Justin, a dēhp Therapy treatment recipient.
Phoenix, AZ., August 12, 2016 – dēhp Therapeutic CEO & Founder, Josette Sullins, will present at the 48th Annual Southwestern School for Behavioral Health Studies Conference on Thursday August 25th at the Loews Ventana Canyon in Tucson, AZ. Joining Ms. Sullins on the panel for the presentation “Stop the Pain and Debilitating Effects of […]
dēhp Therapeutic was featured on ABC 15 News as a new therapy method that helps veterans recover from PTSD.
Veterans discuss their experience with PTSD and how dēhp Therapy has helped them turn things around.
If a family member is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), the whole family can feel the pain, too. Relationships can feel strained, the home environment can go thick with tension and finances can be threatened as jobs become affected and additional expenses that are necessary to manage the condition crop up. The emotional […]
Everyone is exposed to stress, in every manner. But there are certain people who may come across more stressful situations, in greater frequency than others. On top of the relentless occurrence of stress, some people may also lack the facility to deal with such situations and may never find relief.
The result could be devastating […]
Quite often people with post-traumatic stress disorder do not get the treatment they require to recover from the condition; many of them do not even learn that they actually have the condition until somebody points out changes in their behavior, appearance and patterns, and expresses concern. Sadly though, despite advances in mental science, not […]
Stress is defined as a state wherein a person’s body is primed to react physically, mentally and even emotionally to an event which requires quick response. By itself, stress can be beneficial, allowing a person to avoid real danger. However, in the context of modern times where people are continuously exposed to stressful situations […]
Those who have experienced severe trauma or a life-threatening event may develop symptoms of posttraumatic stress, commonly known as PTSD, shell shock, or combat stress. The most common symptoms of PTSD include recurring memories or nightmares of the events, sleeplessness, loss of interest or feeling numb, anger, and irritability.
There are many ways that […]
What is PTSD? It is one of the most serious mental disorders that a person can have. It is emotionally debilitating, causing recurring memories or flashbacks of nightmarish moments. It also brings forth sleeplessness, apathy, anger, irritability, and anxiety.
Imagine days regularly troubled with intrusive memories and emotional turmoil; anybody would want to escape. For […]