Psychological trauma is not an illness - it is an injury which can be treated.
Trauma Recovery offers 121 support to people who have experience an adverse event that is preventing them being well - sometimes called PTSD.
If you’d like to check out about this do book a FREE 15 minute Discovery Call with us. To book your time or ask any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you wondering if you have experienced a psychological trauma or other adverse psychological experience? Do scroll down and check it out.
Wondering if you have experienced a psychological trauma or other adverse psychological experience? Do you answer yes to any of these questions?
- Do you get flash backs / frightening memories that you find it hard to get out of your head?
- Do you suddenly for no reason get palpitations and hot and breathless?
- At night do you get repeating dreams that disturb you?
- Are sometimes unreasonable angry or irritable. Have you a very ‘short fuse’
- Do you feel like you ‘freeze up’ and go numb sometimes
- Feel very watchful and on guard the whole time
- You feel like a different person / personality has changed and /or others say you have changed
If so you may have experienced a trauma that is preventing you feeling safe and well and it be worth talking 121 with someone to explore how to heal and move on from the experience.
Sometimes it is called PTSD – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. However not everyone has been given this label who has a trauma that they need help for.
How do I find out if I have problematic psychological trauma?
Here is a questionnaire to complete (downloadable PDF) If you answer 'Often' or 'Sometimes' to more than 2 questions that may indicate that you have had a traumatic or adverse event that may still be impacting you negatively today do get in touch for a free 15 minute Discovery Call… to book a time please email in total confidence email@example.com
How can we help you?
The ‘treatment’ will not require you to go over and repeat and event in your past to your therapist. It uses a technique called the Rewind Technique while you are relaxed and safe in a confidential setting to realign your experience using the power of your own imagination and resourcefulness – with your therapists help. The process takes around 30 minutes and it totally non invasive and safe.
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What makes something psychologically traumatic?
What's traumatic is personal. Other people can't know how you feel about your own experiences or if they were traumatic for you. You might have similar experiences to someone else, but be affected differently. When we talk about emotional or psychological trauma, we might mean: Frightened, under threat, humiliated, rejected, abandoned, invalidated, unsafe, unsupported, trapped, ashamed, powerless.
Ways trauma can happen include:
- one-off or ongoing events
- being directly harmed
- witnessing harm to someone else
- living in a traumatic atmosphere
- being affected by trauma in a family or community.
Am I making this up , making too much of a fuss - it is a really issue? There was a time when people experiencing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and other adverse events and becoming mental unwell were not taken seriously. Many were told to ‘pull themselves together’ and get on with their lives. Now it has became recognised that PTSD is a genuine disorder and is not an illness but an injury which can be treated. Specialised trauma treatment is available here from Trauma Recover.
If you’d like to check out about this do book a free 15 minute Discovery Call with us. To book your time or ask any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org