Trauma counseling

The greek word trauma means wound. To be traumatized means: being wounded by a sudden, unforseen intrusion. In the case of an accident body tissues are harmed, destroyed, and/or our psyche also can be wounded and experience great pain. Catastophic events, rape, accidents can cause trauma of the mind, psyche, and it  can effect us for years, if the experience remains unprocessed. It can be beneficial if traumatic experiences are worked through with a professional, with a psychologost, psychiatrist, therapist or counselor.
Counseling and psychotherapy can help dealing with trauma. Therapy is designed around your specific needs and targets your traumatic symptoms.

Traumatic symptons are:

  • anxiety,
  • sleep disturbances,
  • flashbacks
  • nightmares.
  • depressive feelings,
  • guilt

Issues for Trauma Counselling, Therapy

  • Childhood trauma
  • Abuse, rape
  • Accidents
  • Personal Injury
  • Assault/Burglary
  • Death
  • Natural catastrophy

Trauma counseling and therapy helps by processing traumatic events, thoughts, feelings in a safe and confidential setting, deals with nightmares and flashbacks, relieves accompanying symptoms such as depression and anxiety.