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Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can drastically reduce a person's quality of life. If you have experiences a terrifying or traumatic event, make an appointment with one our or therapist/counselors below.
What is Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)?
Post dramatic stress disorder is a term used to explain flashbacks and triggers from a painful or terrifying event that took place in the past. PTSD is a very difficult disorder that affects a patient’s everyday life. The will not enjoy activities they once did and their mood may become depressive. They will now be living a life of fear and worry. Some examples of PTSD may include:
• Avoiding certain places or things that remind you of the situation
• Panic attacks
• Loss of interest in many activities
• Loss of trust in others
• Flashbacks of the incident
What are the treatment options for PTSD?
Everyone can respond to their traumatic event in a different way. Talking to a therapist or counselor is so important for PTSD recovery because you’ll have a treatment planned designed for you, your experiences and your needs going forward. Medication may be required so it is important to follow up with a Psychiatrist. Sometimes, medication and talk therapy can be combined to obtain the best results.
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