Surviving trauma is a process of healing grief.
People react in a variety of ways to traumatic events such as physical, sexual or emotional abuse, deployment or combat issues, accidents, death, or health issues. Physical and emotional reactions are unique to each person and may include...
Insomnia or nightmares
Withdrawing from others
Agitation, mood swings
Shock, denial, disbelief
Guilt, shame, self-blame
Feeling sad or hopeless
Anxiety and fear
Confusion, difficulty concentrating
At Cambridge Counseling Center, our methods of treatment for trauma therapy help you process trauma related memories and feelings. You'll how learn to control strong emotion, but most importantly, how to develop trust again.