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When someone endures a traumatic incident or experience, they may experience post traumatic stress disorder in the aftermath. The Mayo Clinic says that most individuals will initially have a difficult time readjusting to life and coping with their experience in the aftermath of undergoing something traumatic, but will be able to see improvement in their wellbeing if they invest time into self care and allow enough time to pass. If, however, you have survived something traumatic and notice that your wellbeing is consistently worsening--potentially to the point that it interferes with your daily life--you could be suffering from post traumatic stress disorder, also known as PTSD.
Over time, the intensity of your various PTSD symptoms may fluctuate; experts say that you could experience heightened symptoms if you come across any reminders of the traumatic event, or if you have been generally feeling more stressed than usual. The Mayo Clinic suggests that you seek professional help for PTSD if you:
The American Psychological Association strongly recommends four major types of interventions for individuals living with PTSD; all of these are variations of a therapeutic approach known as cognitive behavioral therapy. The goal is to improve the quality of life for individuals living with PTSD, hopefully lessening their trauma symptoms and making life more livable. The four recommended therapeutic interventions are:
If you would like to seek help for PTSD symptoms, you may do so by enrolling in a group therapy program; therapy groups have been proven to be effective in treating PTSD and other mental illnesses. We here at Grouport are thrilled to offer online group therapy for PTSD and much more; our offerings, which are totally online, offer a viable way to safely seek out therapeutic intervention from the safety of your own home in today’s post COVID-19 world. You can find a series of FAQs here.
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