Trauma Articles

Experiencing a traumatic life event can have lasting consequences, and not addressing them with timely therapy can cause these effects to be much more severe and long-term than they need to be. While effective therapy won't make your problems go away overnight, consulting a counselor can be the first step towards dealing with whatever issues you may be facing.

Psychological trauma, if left untreated, can easily lead to additional problems such as insomnia and depression. Read the articles below to learn more about trauma and how it can be most efficiently addressed.

What Abusers Hope We Never Learn About Traumatic Bonding

Abusive relationships are more common than we like to believe. Statistics show that 1 out of 4 women will experience abuse at the hands of a partner at some point in their lives...

Developmental Trauma Disorder Is Not As Complex As It Sounds

Developmental trauma disorder is often confused with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Let’s look some examples to see the differences.Five-year-old Susie survived a...

Healing From Trauma: How To Move On

Trauma comes in many forms – from childhood bedwetting to emotional abuse to war. The adage, “If you were born, you have trauma,” isn’t an exaggeration. Unresolved trauma is...

Taking The Leap: Seeking Initial Counseling After A Trauma

For many, it can be a challenge to accept that they need help from others when trying to get on track and find their way after a trauma. It can be humbling to accept that you...
Although a session of counseling can't undo a traumatic event, it can certainly help in processing them most efficiently. Consulting a licensed mental health counselor, confidentially and at any time, is now easier than ever before.
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