Around 6% of people have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the U.S. You should seek help if you think you have PTSD, as it likely won't go away without the proper assistance. PTSD is a condition that can greatly affect your life and how you feel, but there are options for treating it. Here is a guide to help you understand more about this condition and how treatment works. How People Develop PTSD
25 April 2022
It's quite normal for you and your spouse to face marital challenges that you're unable to fix on your own. Thankfully, you can always reach out to a couple's therapist to seek their professional intervention in navigating the murky waters you are currently stuck in. While for a long time there used to be a lot of stigma surrounding couples therapy, more light has been shed on the challenges in marital unions and this has encouraged couples to seek help when they need it.
22 February 2022
Drug and substance abuse often leads to numerous physical and mental health issues. These problems include addictions that create strong drug dependencies, undermining patients' well-being. Patients with addictions and other substance abuse problems can benefit from recovery programs aimed at weaning them off their dependency and helping them restore their lives. For example, intensive outpatient programs offer professional assistance to drug and substance abuse victims that helps them cope with their withdrawals and prevent relapses.
14 December 2021
Trauma is an ever-increasing part of our society, and with each generation, it continues to rise. Trauma is the experience of a severely distressing or disturbing event. It can be an event that was once experienced or something that occurred repetitively and formed a cycle of behavior, such as physical, sexual, and emotional abuse. It's important to note here that not everyone who experiences trauma develops Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
14 October 2021
LGBTQ support therapy can do a lot to help people of all genders and sexualities. Mental health care can make it easier to be the person you want to be and live the life you want to live. Here are four ways an LGBTQ support therapist can help you: 1. They can support you through difficult life changes Some people undergo major life changes as a result of realizations about their gender identity and sexuality.
11 August 2021
Troubled youth regularly behave disruptively. They may even break laws and fall prey to substance abuse. No one is born troubled, but a combination of environmental factors and genetic disposition can lead some teenagers down troubled paths. Troubled youth treatments can assist parents who want to help their troubled teens. These programs are designed with teens' needs in mind. Here are some of the reasons troubled youth treatments can help adolescents: 1. They involve parents and other family members.
13 May 2021
Many people deal with the physical symptoms of emotional or mental health problems when they don't even know the actual cause. For example, the inability to control your impulse to shop, drug use, and a poor relationship with food could all stem from deep-seated psychological trauma that you have not addressed. Similarly, you might have a series of strained interpersonal relationships because of subconscious conditioning or pain that you have not processed.
22 February 2021