Trauma-Focused Therapy

Is Beneficial to Those Who Have Experienced A Traumatic Event 

 by engaging in trauma-focused treatment, a person can learn how to address the concerns, and develop healthier ways of coping

Trauma-Focused Therapy is a specific approach to therapy that recognizes and emphasizes understanding how the traumatic experience impacts a person’s mental, behavioral, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being.

This type of therapy is rooted in understanding the connection between the trauma experience and the individual’s emotional and behavioral responses. The purpose of trauma-focused therapy is to offer skills and strategies to assist you in better understanding, coping with, processing emotions and memories tied to traumatic experiences, with the end goal of enabling you to create a healthier and more adaptive meaning of the experience that took place in your.


What is Trauma-Focused Therapy?

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There are numerous different activities or strategies that are used within the trauma-focused treatment process.

These trauma-focused activities may look different based on age, trauma experience, setting, or location.

We  use creative strategies and activities to address memories, emotions, or problematic behaviors associated with traumatic experiences as part of the therapy process. These are conducted in a way that is sensitive and unique to your experience and are often used in conjunction with relaxation skills.

Trauma Focused 
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Trauma, whether one-time, multiple, or long-lasting repetitive events (complex trauma), affects everyone differently. The impact of trauma can be subtle, hidden, or outright destructive. How an event affects an individual depends on many factors, including characteristics of the individual, the type and characteristics of the event(s), developmental processes, the meaning of the trauma, and sociocultural factors. Usually, the impact of trauma fades relatively quickly, typically within one to three months. Most individuals will exhibit resilient responses or brief symptoms or consequences that fall outside of an official diagnosis. For others, trauma problems can persist for years and even decades. These lingering effects of trauma are usually diagnosed as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD.

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