Clients attend our program to address many issues stemming from unresolved trauma. Some of the common symptoms of trauma we help address are:
In addition to WHAT the client may be experiencing, on our page Seeking Help for a Client, we discuss WHEN to refer a client to The Bridge. Here, we discuss in a bit more detail on WHO to refer to our program.
Because nearly everyone experiences trauma, we believe that most individuals would benefit from attending our program, as even small amounts of pain generated from trauma can impact our emotional wellness. However, there are a few scenarios in which our program is not likely the best fit.
Resolution: Once the client has completed primary treatment or successfully participated in a 12-step program for at least 30 days, the client would be substantially more clear-minded and able to do the deep healing work we do at TBTR.
Resolution: Once the client has been 30 days out from both a new diagnosis, beginning psychiatric care, AND from starting/changing any medications, the client would be in a stabilized condition and able to focus attention on their needed trauma work.
Resolution: TBTR is happy to provide referrals for trauma programs that offer personalized program options.
To learn more about who to contact and how to make a referral to The Bridge, visit Referring to TBTR
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