Trauma is defined as a “deeply distressing and disturbing experience”, and unfortunately, everyday, people all over the world have some form of traumatic experience happen to them. Trauma can also be defined as “physical injury”, and as strong and incredible as the human mind is, the experience of trauma is a very difficult and potentially lasting piece of damage on the human mind.
Approximately 8 million Americans are diagnosed with some form of PTSD every year, and the effects can be truly debilitating for someone trying to get their life back to normal. But with EMDR Therapy that we offer at Life Skills Awareness, that process might be able to be made a little easier, and potentially give you control over your trauma, and the psychological issues that come with it. Keep reading to learn more.
Our highly-qualified counselors have experience working with military personnel, offering confidential, face-to-face sessions for both active and inactive members. Service members and their families should have access to nurturing environments where they are able to address and improve personal and home issues. At Life Skills Awareness, we focus on building a resourceful and trustworthy relationship with you by specifically addressing your needs and concerns and finding a therapist that best fits you.