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Weekly sessions are available. Grouport offers therapist-led dialectical behavior therapy skills groups online. The first 12 weeks covers fundamental DBT skills.Learn more
Post Traumatic Relationship Syndrome (PTRS) is a term used to describe a set of symptoms experienced by individuals who have been emotionally, psychologically, or physically harmed in an intimate relationship. Just like post-traumatic stress disorder, PTRS can deeply impact one's emotional health and interpersonal relationships.
Symptoms of PTRS closely resemble those of PTSD. They include recurring and intrusive thoughts about the traumatic relationship, avoidance of reminders associated with the trauma, negative alterations in thoughts and mood, and alterations in arousal and reactivity. This could mean difficulty sleeping, hyper-vigilance, and an exaggerated startle response. It's essential to understand these symptoms to facilitate appropriate help and support for those affected.
Post Traumatic Relationship Syndrome can significantly impact how a person engages in future relationships. It can cause the person to have trust issues, fear of intimacy, and difficulty establishing healthy boundaries. This is due to past experiences that taught them to associate close relationships with harm or betrayal. Rebuilding trust and learning to engage healthily in relationships are often part of the recovery journey.
Psychotherapy, especially trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, is often beneficial in addressing PTRS. It can help the individual identify, understand, and change thought and behavior patterns that lead to harmful effects, allowing them to regain control over their lives and their relationships.
An essential part of treatment is building resilience and learning new, healthier ways to cope with stress and adversity. This may include self-care practices, such as exercise and meditation, as well as fostering healthy relationships and connections with others.
Post Traumatic Relationship Syndrome can significantly impact an individual's emotional health and their ability to form healthy relationships. However, with understanding, appropriate treatment, and support, it is possible to overcome PTRS and move towards healthier, happier relationships. Always seek professional help if you or someone you know is struggling with the aftereffects of a traumatic relationship.
Grouport Therapy provides online group therapy for anger management, anxiety, borderline personality, chronic illness, depression, dialectical behavior therapy, grief and loss, obsessive compulsive disorder, relationship issues and trauma and PTSD. Our licensed therapist leads weekly group sessions conducted remotely in the comfort of members' homes. According to participant feedback, 70% experienced significant improvements within 8 weeks.
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Due to licensing restrictions, our online group therapy sessions are for Florida, New York, and New Jersey residents. If you are not a resident of either state, consider our dialectical behavior therapy skills group. It is a therapist-instructor-led online group that will teach you strategic new skills to replace behaviors and emotions causing friction in your daily life and relationships. It is excellent for interpersonal connections and building social skills concerning relationship issues.