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Empowering Women through Trauma Resolution at The Orchid

The Orchid Ideology Trauma can be a result of numerous things. In some cases, trauma is a reaction to a catastrophic critical life-changing event. Many survivors of intense experiences such as a natural disaster or other life-threatening situations struggle with some degree of trauma. Other people who experience trauma are survivors of physical, emotional, verbal . . . . Continue Reading


Could Childhood Trauma Be Mistaken for ADHD?

Some experts say the effects of severe adversity may be misdiagnosed. What if your ADHD was really just a side effect of childhood trauma. It turns out, that could be a possibility. Exploring the Cause of Childhood Trauma Dr.  Nicole Brown of John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore is on a mission to discover whether or . . . . Continue Reading


Women, Depression, and Addiction

  Addiction and depression are common coexisting conditions, and statistics show that women who struggle with substance abuse are at an even higher risk of depression. When a woman has a depressive disorder, it interferes with daily life and normal functioning, and causes pain for both the woman with the disorder and those who care . . . . Continue Reading


Overcoming Sexual Abuse in Recovery

Every two minutes, someone is sexually assaulted in the United States, adding up to more than 200,000 sexual assault victims each year. And, unfortunately many of survivors of sexual abuse don’t report the abuse and don’t seek proper treatment, turning to drugs and alcohol as a means of coping with the traumatic effects. And then . . . . Continue Reading


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