Patient-Centered Trauma And PTSD Counseling And Therapy
Psychological trauma is something that many, if not most people experience at some point in their life. Trauma is described as the direct personal experience of an event that involves actual or threatened injury to one’s mental health and psychological wellbeing.
It also includes witnessing an event that threatens a person or their integrity with regards to or learning about unexpected violence, harm, death or injury. Common examples of trauma that need the assistance of a licensed counselor or therapist include, but are not limited to:
- Domestic Violence And Other Violence
- Sexual Assault And Other Abusive Behaviors
- Child Abuse, Bullying And Extreme Peer Pressures
- Losing A Child, Spouse, Friend Or Loved One
- Experiencing Or Witnessing Life Threating Events
- Emotional Abuse, Physical Or Emotional Neglect
Like other forms of emotional recovery, identification of trauma and finding the right counselor or therapist are the first steps towards healing, wholeness and wellness for you or someone you love.
Symptoms Of Trauma That Require A Counselor Or Therapist
Many painful circumstances can cause trauma including the unexpected loss of a loved one, and they can have a negative impact on your short-term and long-term emotional well-being. Sometimes people can feel traumatized in much the same way as soldiers returning home from battle.
In addition, if you or a loved one are not physically hurt but are exposed to a frightening situation, a trauma response may oftentimes occur. Flashbacks, intrusive and distressing memories and sleep deprivation are common signs for the need of a trauma counselor or therapist.
Unpredictable feelings like as anxiety, moodiness or difficulty concentrating are common symptoms of trauma and require the help of a qualified counselor or therapist. When untreated, trauma affects your interpersonal relationships or withdrawal from social activities and will not go away without help from a qualified counselor or therapist.
“Many people just like you suffer from clinical trauma and are not aware of their condition. Seeking help from a caring and experienced counselor or therapist is the first step towards recovery, wellness and lasting peace or mind.”
Perspectives Of Troy Counseling Centers provides you or a family member with a wide variety of counseling services for the treatment of clinical trauma and other conditions. These counseling and therapy sessions are one-on-one with highly experienced and qualified professional trauma counselors and therapists.
If you or someone you know is in need of the highest level of trauma counseling or therapy contact Perspectives Of Troy Counseling Centers at (248) 244-8644 today. We will carefully match each person with the ideal counselor or therapist for their specific needs.