Trauma

Psychological trauma is an emotional response that may set in after distressing, life-threatening, or otherwise terrible events. After the shock of the event has passed, long-term reactions may continue, including:

  • Extreme anxiety
  • PTSD
  • Difficulty forming meaningful relationships
  • Low self-esteem
  • Unpredictable emotions
  • Changes to thoughts and behavior patterns
  • Flashbacks
  • Sensitivity to environmental factors that “trigger” fear or stress experienced during the event
  • Even physical emotions like headaches and nausea

Anxiety treatment can help you reclaim your life

It’s important to find ways to acknowledge your anxious thoughts or impulses without letting them control your actions or emotions. Being able to recognize your specific triggers and the underlying causes of these triggers is an important step to overcoming them.

In our sessions, we will address existing anxiety patterns and causes, and then develop new habits to supersede the existing habits. Being able to create a pattern and habit of overcoming anxiety can help reframe stressful, anxious situations in a way that allows you to create lasting change, peace, and long-term happiness.

Please call today so we can discuss how your anxieties or fears are upsetting you.

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