DEVELOPING RESILIENCE FROM TRAUMATIC ISSUES
Individuals can maintain good mental health and positive well-being through the achievement and maintenance of safety, stability and security in their everyday life. However, when trauma occurs, it can impact how a person typically acts, thinks and feels when their life or safety is threatened.
People who have experienced, witnessed or confronted traumatic events by a single event or ongoing continuous exposure can cause them to feel powerless, fearful and helpless in their daily life. Common symptoms of trauma can appear in the forms of psychological, emotional, and physical reactions.
Emotions and behaviours such as anger, anxiety, avoidance, pre-occupation with situations or relationships, fear, numbness, nightmares, flashbacks, substance abuse, addictive behaviours, lack of concentration, insomnia, palpitations, headaches, migraines, tenseness, or pain may be the results of prolonged exposure to trauma. These types of traumatic symptoms can last for several weeks and months after living with the aftereffects of trauma. As a result, individuals can experience emotional tension, and mental strain which can lead to exhaustion and the feelings of unrest and frustration. Individuals who struggle or delay in coping and understanding the traumatic events they have experienced are at a higher risk of more severe and long-lasting mental health problems, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or generalised anxiety disorder. It can also impact their ability to perform their job, day-to-day activities or feel disconnected with friends and families.
Individual trauma therapy can help individuals to reprocess their traumatic experiences and learn how to cope and understand and resource the memories and emotions associated with their trauma. Trauma therapy can also help individuals with skills and strategies to recover quickly and be resilient.
HOW WE CAN HELP
At Neu, we provide a compassionate, safe and supportive environment to individuals who are experiencing trauma and are receiving trauma treatment with one of our well-trained and skilled Trauma Therapists. Our cutting-edge therapy treatments are all personalised according to each of our patient’s unique requirements.
We aim to help our clients recover and heal from the traumatic events that have impacted their life by assisting them with gaining new coping skills and having a better understanding of how the trauma has impacted their life. We also help them create new positive thought patterns to free them from their past pain and help them get back to their everyday life with confidence, self-love and self-respect.
OUR THERAPY INTERVENTIONS AND TECHNIQUES
We work with new contemporary models focused on practising new responses live in sessions and helping individuals to process, cope and understand their traumatic events and how it has impacted their everyday life including their relationships and careers.
All our new clients will get a free 15-minute assessment to determine if we are a good fit and what type of customised trauma therapy treatment will be required to help the individual to start healing. We can offer one kind of trauma treatment or a variety of modalities and techniques, depending on the individual’s needs and responses. These include anxiety therapy, brain spotting, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR), Cognitive behavioural therapy, Sensorimotor Therapy, Somatic Experience Therapy, Internal Family Systems, Imagery Therapy working with neural pathways, Creative Therapy, and Talk therapy.
COMMON TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCES WE CAN HELP WITH
Trauma Therapy is an investment in your health and well-being. By working with our therapist, you can learn to improve your skills and strategies in coping with trauma, which can help you recover quickly, be resilient and promote personal growth.
Here is a list of just some of the topics our therapists can cover:
- Single Traumatic Event
- Traffic Collisions
- Physical Assault
- Sexual Assault or Rape
- Sudden Death of Family, Trusted Caregiver, Friend or Someone Important
- Life-Threatening Illnesses
- Hospitalization, Medical Procedures or Fear of Procedures
- Witnessing Someone Being Attacked, Injured or Killed
- Acts of Terrorism
- Natural Disasters
- Complex Trauma
- Divorce or Separation
- Critical and Unpredictable Environment
- Childhood Abuse, Neglect or Abandonment
- Domestic and Family Violence
- Alcoholic or Substance Abuse Home
- Bullying or Harassment
- Physical, Psychological or Sexual Abuse
- Sexual Exploitation and Traffickingorture, Kidnapping or Slavery
- Loss, Grief or Unresolved Situations
- Events During or After Active Addiction
- Refugee or Asylum Seeker Trauma
- Community Violence
- Civil Unrest
- War Trauma or Genocide
- Other Types Of Stressful Or Extreme Experiences
Contact us today to arrange a consultation
DID YOU KNOW?
“A study found that as many as 46 % of people with PTSD improved within six weeks of beginning psychotherapy.”