We can help you recover.
Many people needing substance use treatment have a history of abuse or neglect. For these individuals, alcohol or other drug use is often a symptom of trauma, and if this mental health condition goes untreated, recovery may seem impossible. A holistic approach to healing from trauma can pave the way for lifelong health and wellness.
We can help you recover despite your past. Our experienced, licensed clinicians offer a safe and nurturing environment where deeply rooted traumatic experiences can be explored. We offer specialized healing modalities that can guide you toward a bright and abundant future.
Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
The definition of trauma is different for each person. Anxiety, relationship problems, socialization issues, and more may be connected to traumatic events.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), is the most commonly known manifestation of trauma. PTSD is frequently associated with military veterans, but PTSD also affects children, men and women who have experienced traumatic events. Natural disasters or tragedies, severe accidents and injuries, physical or sexual abuse, childhood abuse, neglect, or having an addicted parent can all lead to PTSD.
PTSD Can Disrupt Your Ability to Live a Healthy, Happy Life
- Anxiety or depression
- Withdrawal from others
- Emotional outbursts or unwarranted anger
- Inability to function in daily life
- Flashbacks or dissociative mental experiences
- Overreaction or panicked reaction to events
- Inability to concentrate
- Involuntary thoughts about a traumatic event
Healing Modalities for Trauma
Stress-related disorders, trauma and PTSD require specialized therapies. With love and care, we help you develop healthy coping strategies through evidence-based therapeutic interventions. Each healing modality is designed to help you feel safe and comfortable in your own skin. Our licensed therapists offer customized treatment plans that include trauma-related topics and exercises. These therapies help our clients de-escalate fear, anticipate trauma triggers, manage anger or mood swings, measure anxiety responses and process traumatic memories.
Interventions may include:
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Meditation and mindfulness training
- Group process or individual therapy