What Is Trauma?
We understand that trauma and addiction can coexist, though trauma disorders alone are a group of disorders that are directly related to stressors that you might experience as a result of one or more experiences of a traumatic event or adverse life experiences such as abuse, abandonment, or a serious accident.
Types of Trauma
These disorders can arise as a result of direct exposure to a traumatic event or being a first-hand witness to death, the threat of death, serious injury (whether actual or threatened), sexual violence, or repeated direct or indirect exposure to any of these events.
Within This Group, We Include:
Symptoms of Trauma
Symptoms of trauma disorders can begin at a very early age and can develop into deeper fears later in life if not addressed.
These symptoms can include the following:
We Treat The Addiction
An Integrated Approach With Dual Recovery
When treating trauma and addiction, great care must be taken to properly diagnose the patient’s complex condition and the equally demanding recovery. There are numerous therapies based on solid research that has proven to be effective in treating those with mental illness as well as addiction. Our team is capable of treating both issues comprehensively and concurrently. This will often involve a combination of cognitive-behavioral therapy, psychopharmacology, family therapy, and others in order to ensure that each component of the disorder is treated effectively; biological, psychological, and social.