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trauma therapyDid you know that you could be suffering symptoms of trauma without realizing it? Many people do not connect how they are feeling and stressful events that have happened in their past. Even if you have tried to push a traumatic event out of your memory, your body and mind still remember and manifest the trauma through physical and emotional symptoms. If you have suffered past trauma and are experiencing anxiety or depression, it may be time to consider trauma therapy.

The trauma therapy program at Symetria Recovery was designed as a comprehensive approach to mental health and healing. We understand that trauma symptoms are just one part of a large picture, aiming to treat the whole person. If you are looking for a mental health treatment program that has been proven to help patients move on to lead healthier, happier lives, give us a call at 855.282.4819.

How Do You Know If You Need Trauma Therapy?

When you have experienced a traumatic event, such as witnessing or being the victim of violence, a serious accident, a natural disaster, military combat, or the death of a loved one, it is natural that your mind and body will need time to process and recover from the trauma. As a result, you may notice symptoms like shaking, disorientation, and fearful thoughts immediately or shortly after the event. Seeking a therapy program after trauma is recommended to help you process and move on healthily. Without the proper treatment, you could risk symptoms getting worse or lasting long-term, which becomes post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The following symptoms can be helped with trauma-informed therapy:

  • Physical symptoms of extreme stress such as shaking, muscle tension, fatigue, and heart palpitations
  • Nightmares
  • Recurring thoughts of the event
  • Inability to concentrate
  • Mood swings
  • Anxiety, fearfulness
  • Irritability, angry outbursts
  • Depression

You do not have to settle for reliving a painful past event. Even if you do not think you are suffering symptoms from a traumatic experience, receiving trauma-informed therapy can help you process and move on before noticeable symptoms begin to develop.

How Can Trauma-Informed Therapy Help You?

Trauma-informed therapy means that the care provider is well-versed in how trauma affects a person’s health, safety, and well-being, whether or not the symptoms are presenting. When you enroll in a trauma therapy program, you will likely receive counseling from a trauma-informed therapist. In addition, you may be prescribed medications to help address the physical symptoms of trauma. Treating the physical, mental, and emotional symptoms of trauma can help prevent your condition from developing post-traumatic stress disorder.

Some of the components that may be a part of your trauma therapy program are:

  • Cognitive processing therapy (CPT) – This helps address unhealthy thought patterns that developed due to trauma.
  • Prolonged exposure therapy helps you deal with painful emotions triggered by specific places, sounds, or visual cues. Over time, you can decrease your sensitivity to these triggers.
  • Medication – Antidepressants and mood stabilizers may be prescribed to help manage the physical symptoms, depression, or anxiety resulting from the trauma.

How much of a difference can trauma therapy make in your life? Many people who try trauma therapy programs experience the following benefits:

  • Relief from fearful thoughts and flashbacks
  • Feeling more connected to others
  • More balanced mood
  • More restful sleep

Heal from Your Past with Trauma Therapy at Symetria Recovery

You do not have to allow a traumatic event from your past to control how you feel today. The trauma therapy program at Symetria Recovery can help you heal and move on from the traumatizing experience. With medication and therapy, our comprehensive approach to mental health will have you feeling like yourself again. Call our team today at 855.282.4819 to learn how you can find relief from trauma symptoms with our highly effective mental health treatment program.