When a person shifts from occasional observation of potential flaws to an obsessive focus on perceived faults, they may be experiencing body dysmorphic disorder (BDD).
Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), are linked to poorer outcomes in adulthood and the development of a variety of physical and psychological conditions. ACEs are estimated to affect 20% to 50% of all adults.
"Posttraumatic growth is both a process and an outcome: The experience of positive changes in oneself as a result of the struggle with traumatic events.”
Inner child work, sometimes known as inner child therapy or inner child healing, is a therapeutic process used in many forms of therapy to help clients address and recover from harmful experiences that occurred in early childhood.
Present-moment awareness, a central tenet of mindfulness, is an awareness of the ever-changing, moment-to-moment basis of one’s internal and external experiences in the context of an accepting and nonjudgmental presence.
Loosely translated as “to make right, orderly, or correct,” ho’oponopono is a prayer-based healing practice that promotes forgiveness, healing both the self and others, problem solving, and conflict resolution.
Somatic Experiencing (also called SE), a body-centered approach to psychotherapy, was created to bridge mind-body connections to holistically treat PTSD and other mental health conditions, including grief, anxiety, trauma, and depression.