PTSD and Trauma

People who experience PTSD may continue to feel afraid or anxious long after the danger is no longer present. Symptoms from trauma can affect concentration, sleep, ability to control emotions, physical health, addiction behaviors, thereby impacting relationships, work, and all aspects of life.

What is PTSD?

PTSD impacts all aspects of life.

Any events that an individual finds deeply disturbing such as accidents, losses, and abuse or neglect can be traumatic and may cause PTSD. People who experience PTSD may continue to feel afraid or anxious long after the danger is no longer present. Symptoms from trauma can affect concentration, sleep, ability to control emotions, physical health, addiction behaviors, thereby impacting relationships, work, and all aspects of life.
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What is trauma?

Trauma is a subjective emotional experience of an event. It is a personal response; what is traumatic for you, may not be for someone else. The more endangered, helpless, and unprepared you feel, the more likely you are to be traumatized.

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Trauma and the Family

Often family members are also affected from exposure to the trauma second hand or due to the emotional and behavioral changes in their loved ones.

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EMDR

EMDR is a comprehensive psychotherapy approach which has been extensively researched and proven effective for the treatment of trauma. EMDR has been shown to accelerate the treatment of a wide range of clinical issues. It Incorporates elements from many different treatment approaches such as: psychodynamic, client-centered, cognitive, cognitive behavior, experiential, somatic body therapies.

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