PTSD Treatment Center California

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When to Get Help for PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)

A person who experiences PTSD and associated mental health disorders are at an increased risk for both immediate and long-term health problems.Because of this,  it is important to seek treatment as soon as possible. Delaying treatment for this condition can cause the already troubling symptoms of PTSD to become worse and lead to the onset of further devastation and turmoil. 

People suffering from PTSD often turn to unhealthy coping mechanisms such as self-harm, substance use disorder, drug addiction, detachment from friends and family, and the inability to remain in school or in the workforce. The symptoms of PTSD can often leave people incapable of performing daily tasks, staying on top of responsibilities, or adhering to obligations. This can also cause a person to fall behind at work and potentially lose their financial stability.

When you think you are experiencing PTSD symptoms, it is important to go to a trauma treatment center where a healthcare professional can help diagnose your symptoms through mental health screenings as well as physical exams. Fortunately, PTSD is treatable, and by getting help from professional healthcare workers at a PTSD treatment facility in the form of an intensive outpatient program, residential program, or other forms of therapeutic interventions, the detrimental symptoms can be successfully avoided. After treatment, you can go on to live a happy, normal life without having to worry and stress about the traumatic event that you can eventually leave behind and cope with healthily.

Our trauma treatment center in California offers many different therapeutic techniques to overcome PTSD as well as to prevent future symptoms from arising.

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Introduction and Overview of PTSD

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a psychiatric disorder/mental health condition that may occur in people who have either experienced or witnessed a traumatic event and then go on to have lingering symptoms after the fact. People with PTSD experience intense, disturbing thoughts and feelings related to the terrifying event or situation that happened in the past.

Symptoms of PTSD may be experienced within one month of a traumatic event, but at times symptoms may not begin to appear until a year or years after the event. This is due to a person’s ability to suppress these emotions by completely blacking out the event itself, and then over time, the memories begin to resurface. PTSD symptoms are typically grouped into four categories, including intrusive memories, avoidance, negative changes in thinking or mood, and changes in the way you physically and emotionally react to certain situations. Symptoms may also vary depending on the person as well as the severity of the event that took place.

Intrusive memories may include reliving the traumatic event as if it were happening all over again, otherwise known as flashbacks. These are recurrent and unwanted distressing memories of the event, severe emotional or physical reactions to something that reminds you of the event, and disturbing dreams or nightmares of the traumatic event that may affect a person’s ability to fall or stay asleep. Symptoms of avoidance may include avoiding people, places, and/or activities that may remind you of the traumatic event or trying to avoid thinking about or talking about the event.

Some symptoms of mood changes include hopelessness about the future, difficulty remembering things or aspects of the traumatic event, difficulty maintaining close friendships and relationships, having negative thoughts about yourself or the world, feeling detached from friends and family, lack of interest in activities that you once enjoyed, emotional numbness, and difficulty experiencing any positive emotions. Some symptoms of changes in physical and emotional reactions include always feeling on guard for danger, overwhelming feelings of guilt or shame, irritability or angry outbursts, aggressive behavior, difficulty sleeping, difficulty concentrating, feeling easily startled or frightened, and participating in self-destructive behavior.

PTSD symptoms can vary in intensity over time, and it is important to recognize when you are at the point where you need to seek help. If you are experiencing lingering disturbing thoughts and feelings about the traumatic event for more than a month, getting treatment as soon as possible is imperative to prevent symptoms from worsening. Enlight Treatment Center is a PTSD and trauma treatment center in California that offers a controlled environment for those suffering from any type of trauma disorder that may impact a person’s ability to function properly throughout their daily lives.

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What to Expect in a PTSD Treatment

At our PTSD treatment center in California, we are dedicated to making sure our clients remain successful throughout the recovery process during and after receiving treatment at our facilities. We believe in individualized treatment plans that are catered to meet the specific needs of each of our clients. Treatment planning is a collaborative effort between clients and our talented and dedicated staff of trained psychologists, therapists, and doctors.

Our mission is to make the treatment process as well as the outcome of the treatment positive and long-lasting. We will help build self-esteem, bring about positive reform with regards to our patients’ relationships with others, productivity performing at work, school, or home, and the ability to carry out and maintain a healthy way of living.

PTSD and complex trauma can be difficult to treat within a limited timeframe, however, we do so with Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy when appropriate and depending on the severity of the condition. EMDR is an interactive psychotherapy treatment used to relieve psychological stress from victims of trauma. This treatment helps by helping you recall distressing events while your attention is being diverted. This allows you to be exposed to the memories without having a strong physiological response, which works by lessening the severity of the emotional response tied to that specific memory over time.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a type of psychotherapy that modifies thought patterns to change moods and behaviors. CBT is based on the idea that actions or feelings are the results of current distorted thoughts or beliefs, not unconscious forces from the past. CBT is a short-term approach, and other therapies may require several years to reach discovery and treatment.

At our Ventura County treatment center, we believe in bettering your physical and mental well-being as a whole to reduce feelings of post-traumatic stress and incorporate feelings of calmness, balance, and routine into your daily lives. All of these different therapies are offered at our rehab for trauma in California. Other forms of treatment may include family therapy sessions, group therapy, and holistic modalities that promote wellness.

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