More than two thirds of children reported at least 1 traumatic event by age 16. (SAMHSA) Those children grow into adults. At The Bridge to Recovery, helping those adults heal is what we do.
In 2013 when the American Psychiatric Association released the DSM-5, it changed the way it categorized trauma and stress related disorders. This change proves the importance of trauma as a primary disorder, and that other disorders can occur as a stress-related response to triggering events.
The DSM-5 identifies trauma related disorders in adults and children. At The Bridge to Recovery, we help ADULTS heal from their underlying trauma, which is often childhood trauma. Below, we have identified adult trauma related disorders that many of our own clients’ report struggling with.
Our clients often report to us that they have received a Trauma Disorder diagnosis. They have tried therapy. They have tried books. They have tried it all, or at least, what seems like it all.
Understanding is key to taking the next step. At The Bridge to Recovery, we move beyond the diagnosis and labels. Our job is to help you get to the root of your pain, heal from your trauma, and replace negative emotional response patterns with positive ones. Simple, we help you un-cover, understand, and un-shame.
Trauma Disorders, like many other diagnosable disorders, carry with them waves of other symptoms: anxiety, depression, anger, guilt, grief, self-esteem issues, and more. We can help you navigate the journey to healing.
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