Trauma therapy is a type of psychotherapy used to treat traumatic experiences’ psychological effects. These experiences include physical or sexual abuse, natural disasters, car accidents, and military combat. Trauma therapy can help people who have experienced trauma cope with their symptoms and regain control of their lives.
What should I know about this?
This therapy can be done in individual or group settings. The therapist helps the person identify and process their trauma-related emotions during trauma therapy. These may include fear, guilt, shame, depression, and anxiety. The therapist may also use coping strategies to help the person manage these feelings when they arise in everyday life.
The goal of this therapy is for the person to gain insight into how their trauma affects them and learn skills to cope more effectively. Through trauma therapy, people can find hope and healing by letting go of negative experiences from the past so that they can live fuller lives.
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