PTSD & POST-TRAUMA
Treating PTSD & Post-Trauma
Have you ever felt emotionally or physically broken from a traumatic experience?
Do you ever feel terrified even when you are not in danger? Do you suffer from nightmares or flashbacks to a traumatic event?
If any of the above feel familiar, you may have PTSD or post-trauma.
Traumatic experiences create prolonged emotional suffering as well as biological changes to your nervous system. Sometimes these occur months after the trauma—but they can also occur years later, revealing deep emotional scars from an event you thought you had left behind.
PTSD and post-trauma can be emotionally wrenching. Our clinicians can help you re-establish emotional stability and wholeness in life, and create a positive path forward.
How We Help
We partner with you to alleviate symptoms of PTSD and post-trauma, including flashbacks, negative moods, heightened states of arousal, avoidance of triggers, sleeping difficulties, and more.
PTSD or Post-Trauma?
While PTSD and post-trauma share many symptoms, they differ in their intensity and duration. Regardless of your condition, we use every tool at our disposal to help you achieve full recovery.
PTSD and Post-Trauma Resources
Using genetic testing to resolve symptoms of PTSD and post-trauma
Read how genetic testing helped a highly intelligent 62-year-old woman who was suffering from many symptoms of PTSD.
Nina’s story: Helping Nina heal from sexual assault
Read how our clinicians helped Nina heal from a traumatic event that left her in deep emotional distress.
Childhood trauma: can bullying lead to PTSD?
With the rise of social media and smartphones, bullying now extends into cyberspace.
Not sure it’s PTSD, post-trauma,
or something else?
If you’re suffering from symptoms of trauma, we can determine how best to help.