Treatment Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Treatment

Overcome Traumatic Events of the Past

Some people can witness or experience a traumatic event and be able to heal without developing further symptoms that inhibit functioning. For others, they may not be as lucky. Traumatic events can sometimes lead to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

The person who has PTSD can experience confusion, fear, and frustration, triggered by day-to-day events. The experienced psychologists at Dean Aman LPCMH can help with PTSD therapy.

What PTSD Looks Like

PTSD can be triggered within a few weeks of the event, or in some cases, years later. The symptoms can be detrimental to social, work, school, or family situations. They can drastically complicate your daily existence.

Some symptoms include:

  • Unwanted distressing memories that make it feel like you are reliving the event.
  • Avoiding people, places, and activities that you associate with the trauma.
  • A feeling of detachment, and emotional numbness.
  • Becoming easily startled and on guard for danger.

The symptoms can vary in intensity, and worsen with outside stressors, or reminders of the event.

Getting The Help You Need For PTSD

The type of talk therapy that you benefit the most from may depend on your specific circumstance. Below are some of the types of PTSD therapy offered at Dean Aman LPCMH.

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Client-Centered Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • Couples Therapy
  • Family Therapy

You Don’t Have To Live In Fear

PTSD can feel like you are constantly living in fear. It can feel like a deep, dark secret that no one can help you with. An experienced therapist can help you find the resources you need to recover from PTSD.

If you make an appointment with Dean Aman LPCMH, a member of our team of experienced psychologists will be able to see you right away. We help patients of all income levels and accept most major insurances. We also work with short term disability and employee assistance programs (EAPs).

PTSD doesn’t have to impact every aspect of your life. You can find the help you need to restore balance within your life.

Contact us today to book your first appointment for PTSD therapy.