Have you found yourself constantly thinking back to something unpleasant that happened?
Do you find yourself always expecting the worst to happen?
Do you always feel on edge, or as if something bad might happen again?
Have you had changes in your mood that cause you to feel sad or anxious since a traumatic event?
Do you have painful memories that you are afraid to face?
You may find that you are constantly looking over your shoulder or expecting something bad to happen.
Intrusive memories, thoughts, or bad dreams may impact your ability to relax and think clearly. You may have even adopted negative views of yourself or others. This can lead to irritability, anger, anxiety, or depression that can disrupt your life and relationships.
Over 90% of individuals who pursue therapy have experienced at least one traumatic event. Traumatic experiences from our past can create significant distress in our day to day lives. We can help you resolve past trauma and overcome the depression and anxiety it is causing for you.
Now more than ever, people are turning to trauma therapy to resolve problems from the past. PTSD can be a result of physical, emotional, or verbal abuse, a car accident, a natural disaster, serving in the military, a relationship breakup, the sudden and tragic loss of a loved one, witnessing violence or death, medical procedures, and more. Our natural response is to suppress the thought and avoid situations or people that may serve as reminders of our trauma. Unfortunately, this avoidant response may make the symptoms worse, or may cause disruptions in our life in other ways. You don’t have to live with the discomfort, fear, and anxiety that accompanies trauma.
How We Can Help
Contact us if you have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event and are seeking a trauma therapist. Feel free to ask any questions you have or set up an appointment. It’s time to get your head and heart out of the past and start living for today. Facing our trauma is difficult and goes against our natural survival instincts. Our therapists make it easy for you to dive into this complex problem. We will walk you through the steps that are necessary to treat trauma before beginning treatment so that you can participate in therapy fully informed about the process. We will give you strategies and tools that you can use throughout therapy to help control the anxiety and depression that may surface as you begin making progress. We will be there with you every step of the way and provide support. And we will stand with you on the other side to celebrate when you overcome it.
In working with trauma, we rely on evidence-based practices, such as Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, or Cognitive Processing Therapy, to deal with these common challenges. You are not alone. We provide you with strategies that you can use now to begin reducing the impact that trauma has on your life. We use these methods ourselves, so we know they work. The good news is that your past doesn’t have to dictate the present or determine your future. You can overcome this.
Our skilled and compassionate therapists listen carefully to your experience and helps you make sense of the events that happened to you. You can rely on our expertise, compassion and easy to follow feedback to help you achieve goals that are important to you. Our methods are strategic and effective. We provide you with the tools you need to overcome past abuse and trauma.
We have trained professionals who specialize in trauma therapy. Our therapists will help you develop a plan that meets your needs and helps you get back to living your fullest life.
Ready to get started?
If you are ready to root out the trauma that has been haunting you for far too long, call our staff at 936-272-0555. They can help match you with one of our highly qualified trauma therapists that will help you meet your goals.