Research Commentary: On The Nexus of Chronic Pain, Posttraumatic Stress, and Alexithymia

  • Nakieta Lankster One Heartt, Inc.

Abstract

This manuscript expounds on our previous research and treatment recommendations with regard to chronic pain (CP), Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and Alexithymia. Specifically, the neurological and behavioral effects of these disorders, and neuropsychological treatment.

Author Biography

Nakieta Lankster, One Heartt, Inc.
Dr. Lankster is a licensed clinical psychologist providing assessment, group therapy, and individual therapy in Maryland and Alabama. Her offices are in Baltimore, MD and Demopolis, AL. Current clients include children with various learning developmental diagnoses and adults coping with trauma and substance abuse. Her previous practice experiences have included families, couples, children and adults in San Francisco Bay Area, Chicago, and South Africa. Dr. Lankster graduated from the American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area campus and has undergraduate degrees in psychology and sociology from the University of West Alabama. Through her research and work with a diverse base of families and children, she has gained both practical and research-based knowledge on various topics related to psychological issues and emotional disturbance. Currently, she specializes in and researches issues surrounding community and mass trauma, rural mental health, culture related issues, and child therapy. She has published several works on psychological research and treatment. When she isn't  in her practice, she is  working as the Founder/ CEO of One HEARTT, Inc. and conducting workshops and classes on various psychological topics.
Published
2020-01-09