Trauma Informed Therapy
Trauma Informed Therapy seeks to support the client by understanding how trauma impacts the individual physiologically, emotionally, and behaviorally. Trauma therapy assists the client with creating a positive narrative to combat the negative messages one may feed themselves. Trauma Informed Therapy is for the client who suffered trauma in their past or more recently. Trauma is defined very broadly. If you belief you or your loved one has suffered trauma then the trauma is based on your personal definition. This type of therapy is usually a long term therapeutic approach to address problems that have deeply impacted the client in their social, work, and intimate/familial relationships; therefore, being able to define a specific trauma is not necessary. Typically, the client desires long term therapeutic support to address on-going emotional distress. Many clients who choose this form of therapy may suffer from long term depression, anxiety, panic attacks, agoraphobia, anger, mania, bi-polar, on-going relationship problems or isolation.