Trauma & PTSD Treatment
How trauma affects your brain health
Psychological trauma contains three common elements:
- It was unexpected;
- The person was unprepared; and,
- There was nothing the person could do to prevent it from happening.
Traumatic events overwhelm the mind and body. Everybody reacts to trauma differently. You may feel socially disconnected, numb or isolated. Or you might find yourself feeling afraid and vulnerable. Symptoms can occur immediately, or it may be months or years after a traumatic event before they surface.
In some cases, trauma symptoms are mild and may go away with time. Other cases may develop into post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), in which severe symptoms, such as flashbacks and insomnia, increase over time. When it comes to trauma, the sooner you seek professional help the better.
Get relief from trauma & PTSD with our unique treatment
If you are unable to function in day-to-day life, experiencing severe flashbacks, feeling emotionally numb, self-medicating with drugs and/or alcohol and can’t form or maintain relationships, it’s time to seek help.
Deep relaxation is an important component of trauma treatment, as it helps to calm strong emotions and reduce high-stress “fight-or-flight” trigger reactions. This strengthens your ability to stabilize mood and energy levels. Our unique treatment tackles anxiety, stress and trauma with powerful relaxation tools, including sound massage, virtual reality, guided meditation, red light, biofeedback and more. Start rebuilding your sense of calm and safety today.
Hear from clients who have had success treating trauma and PTSD
It’s easy to isolate yourself and avoid asking for help, but our treatments will help you learn to look after yourself and stick to a routine. Don’t wait to socialize and take part in activities you used to enjoy. Improve your quality of life and get your brain back in balance – today!
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