- Alcohol Help
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- Christian Drug Rehab
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Trauma recovery cases are among the most unfortunate in the mental health field. Trauma recovery patients often fall into a pattern of severe emotional distress, through no fault of their own, and can develop subsequent addictions that wind up further damaging their lives. People who experience traumatic incidents such as sexual assault, physical abuse, war trauma, etc., often have a great deal of difficulty living with them. They either bury them until they eat away at their subconscious and force them into a pattern of self-destructive behavior or wind up hurting someone else in a moment of violent aggression. Trauma therapy is a vital and healthy resource for anyone living with something they feel they need to forget. There are a number of trauma recovery methods that help victims to remember their incidents without reliving them.
What Patients Need Trauma Reocvery Therapy?
Patients who benefit from trauma therapy include:
- - Rape Victims
- - Victims of Violent Crime
- - Sufferers from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
- - Victims of Molestation
- - Physical Abuse Recipients
- - Disease Survivors
- - Anyone else who lives daily with a shocking and horrific memory, too severe for one person to handle on their own.
Trauma without treatment can cause the victim to develop a personality disorder in which they permanently develop a negatively skewed worldview and live life accordingly.
What Kinds of Trauma Recovery Therapies Are There?
There is no more specialized and diverse form of therapy then that of trauma recovery. Counselors will very often design specific coping exercises around the person’s individual problem. There are also a few tried and true universal therapies developed to enable patients to live with their traumatic memories:
- -Standard Individual Counseling
- -Group Therapy
- -Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy
- -Family-Oriented Therapy
- -Art Therapy
- -Equine Therapy
- -Recreational Time
- -Exercise (Great for working out aggression)
Trauma Doesn’t Have to Own You
No matter what trauma you’re living with, there is undoubtedly a program that can help you deal with it. There’s no reason why you should let your trauma rule your life. The best way to free yourself from the incessant reliving of your trauma is to acknowledge it. The National Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Information Center (NASAIC) maintains a continuously updated national database of the leading trauma recovery centers in the United States.