trauma related disorders treatment
Well this is a great big question in the field of psychology but at it’s essence, trauma is a ‘deeply distressing or disturbing event’. Everyone will experience traumatic situations in their lives, but depending on the person some people will go on to develop Acute Distress Disorder (ADD) or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The main difference between these two categories is the amount of time after the incident, with ADD being within a month of an event. Symptoms that can be signs of ADD can include flashbacks, feeling on edge, avoiding people or places that might retrigger memories or thoughts, feeling detached from reality, low mood and believing the world is suddenly unsafe. Here at Collective Health we will work with you to help work through these events so that you can come out feeling better then ever. Contact us to learn more about our trauma related disorder treatment today.
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