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Are You Struggling After a Trauma?

Most people will experience a trauma during their lifetime. Examples of traumas include witnessing a death, becoming severely injured, or surviving a sexual assault. While most people can recover from trauma on their own, some people experience long-lasting distress, a sign of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

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Please note: this online mental health screening test is not intended to diagnose an illness. If you are struggling with mental health symptoms, we encourage you to call us at 1-877-715-1878 or find an experienced mental health treatment professional near you. If you are experiencing a mental health or medical emergency, please dial 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.

How to Recover Following a Trauma

It is normal to be upset and affected by a traumatic event for several weeks — or even for several months. But when symptoms, like anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) or depression, last longer than several months — or greatly disrupt your relationships, job or home life — it may be time to seek professional help.

Find Trauma Treatment Here

Our professional staff and clinicians have extensive experience in working with patients who have a history of trauma. We are sensitive to the unique needs and experiences of people who have been through a trauma — or multiple traumas. All Eating Recovery Center (ERC) Pathlight clinicians are trained in Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) and other evidence-based therapies that are effective at helping people heal following trauma.

When you enter trauma treatment with an experienced professional, you may experience a number of benefits within a relatively short time frame. After several trauma treatment sessions, you may notice:

  • Less bodily/physical tension
  • Less reactivity to traumatic memories or triggers
  • Stronger relationships
  • Greater connection and meaning
  • Increased joy and other positive emotions

Recovering from a trauma is very liberating and can lead to increased confidence and higher self-esteem. To learn more about trauma treatment at Pathlight, please call us at 1-877-715-1878. We offer free, confidential consultations with our team of Master’s-level clinicians.

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