What causes traumas? Here are just some of the major roots of trauma in people:
We are aware that trauma is determined largely by the subjective human experience, and what is traumatizing to one person may not even create an emotional response in another.
And it’s absolutely okay to feel this way and be this way. Trauma has to be addressed at the soonest possible time as it can worsen, meaning the person affected can become more and more traumatized as time goes by.
Trauma therapy involves gradually working through the possible causes of the trauma in a safe, nurturing, and controlled environment. Herein lies the big difference between getting the proper therapy and just talking about what is bothering you with a friend or family member.
Psychotherapy revolves around creating actual strategies that trauma sufferers can use to cope with the trauma, and this allows for recovery from the disorder itself. We recommend getting treated for trauma and getting therapy to improve the emotional and mental wellbeing of the client.
The main goals of trauma therapy are being able to finally face the past without being overcome or crushed by it, reducing the signs or symptoms associated with the person’s trauma, working with the client so that his/her perspective will shift from dwelling on the past to looking forward and working on the present and future, improve the day to day functioning and wellbeing of the client, and reclaiming what was lost due to the trauma. The process is usually gradual in the beginning, but as the client gathers more strength and courage, the improvements turn to leaps and bounds.
We have a strong professional network that is available to participate in the coordination of your care; from medication therapy to parenting classes, anger management, family conflicts, romantic relationship stress, and transitional coaching.