Can Counseling for PTSD help you?
Traumatic and life-threatening events in either the recent or distant past can carry a wide range of psychological, emotional, relational and health-related consequences for years to come. Trauma can come in the form of a life-threatening experience, exposure to threatening circumstances or certain types of abuse. People that have suffered from trauma may begin to experience symptoms of a condition called Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD. These symptoms are usually addressed through a combination of therapy interventions, and sometimes with the use of medication in addition to therapy.