Two psychiatric mds feel that I would benefit the most from being treated by sensorimotor psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. I had two events in my life, one as a young child and one as an adult that are considered traumatic events significant enough to cause two separate ptsd reactions resulting in anxiety, panic and depression.
I was ok with the CBT treatment because of all of the empirical research.
I am finding myself very frightened by the sensorimotor psychotherapy. I cannot find any empirical research on this. It is being used by the army on post war vets and there are a lot of small clinics using it.
Has anyone had any experience with it?
I am so tired of being scared and sick.
Diagnosed 1987 with lower left ulcerative colitis. Hospitalized often. Mega toxic pan colitis Dec. 1999. Perforated colon and total colectomy April 2011. First j-pouch surgery March 8, 2012. Six other damaged organs removed at that time. Ileostomy reversal June 26, 2012. First half-marathon Dec. 2, 2012!
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