Trauma Treatment

Trauma is a response that some individuals experience to an event that could have either happened directly to them or an event they witnessed. Trauma can either be emotional or psychological (or both). Trauma can also be caused by an accumulation of stressful events.

Examples of trauma events may include: major surgeries, dealing with a significant medical illness, car accident, natural disaster, robbery, legal issues, bullying, or loss of a loved one.

Other types of trauma we work with may include sexual, physical, and emotional abuse.

Your counselor can help educate you and your loved ones on trauma that you may have or currently are experiencing.

Therapists that work with victims of trauma require additional training and there are different approaches which may vary among the therapist.

We have therapists at our center trained to do Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (commonly called EMDR), and therapists that are trained to do Brainspotting (BSP).

If you don't already have a therapist in mind, we recommend calling our new client line and speaking with our New Client Intake Coordinator who can help match you with an appropriate therapist for your needs.

To schedule an appointment or if you have any questions:

Call 608-663-0763

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