Counseling for PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health problem that some people develop after experiencing or witnessing a life-threatening event, like combat, natural disaster, car accident, or sexual assault.

Everyone reacts differently to trauma, and for some the experience of trauma develops into PTSD. Post-traumatic stress disorder has a deep impact on a person’s life, mentally, physically and emotionally.  For those that experience traumatic stress, there is help.

Our counselors’ can help you learn skills to understand how the trauma has changed your thoughts and feelings. Changing how you think about the trauma can change how you feel. This will help you get more control over your thoughts and feelings about the trauma.

“Anxiety use to take over my life and now I’ve learned how to manage it so I can live a happier life.”

You don’t have to figure this out on your own

  • Provide active listening

  • Be empathetic and understanding to assist in your healing and recovery

  • Teach relaxation skills to manage triggering events

  • Initiate family or marital counseling to heal relationship damage

  • Teach coping skills or techniques to assist in day-to-day management of PTSD symptoms


You Can Heal From PTSD

It is estimated that 70% of Americans experience some form of traumatic event in their lifetime. Of that, 20% develop post-traumatic stress. This demonstrates just how many people are living with PTSD.  A counselor can work with you to improve overall symptoms and allow insight into how to live a happy, fulfilled life with fewer triggers and overall greater life satisfaction.

Healing is possible! Although it may at times seem hopeless, it is important to remember that you are not alone. We know there is healing and satisfaction for you. Call now to set up an appointment.

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5115 NE 94th Ave, Suite D, Vancouver, WA 98662

Office Hours

Mon - Fri: 9am - 5pm
Therapist Hours: By Appointment

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