Psychological and emotional trauma is described as a result of extraordinarily distressing or frightening events that lead to feelings of helplessness and insecurity. Originating from a single event or an ongoing experience, trauma can impose multiple challenges on day-to-day functioning and normal coping mechanisms. In most cases, the triggering events repeatedly keep playing in mind with a failure to control them.
Whether something has been traumatic is individually tailored as the same experience could trigger completely different effects on different individuals. In any case, seeking help in getting over trauma is encouraged, especially when the negative emotions associated with the triggering event escalate at high speed. A Luxury Treatment Rehab, particularly designed to assist people coping with trauma, can be a potential treatment of choice to regain control over their emotions and life.
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PTSD is a condition that can develop following exposure to a traumatic event. While not everyone who experiences trauma will develop PTSDread more
What is Vicarious Trauma
According to the British Medical Association, vicarious trauma refers to a change process resulting from frequently engaging with trauma survivors. In simpler words, the term describes the negative changes that a person experiences who are empathetically involved with people who have experienced a traumatic event in the past.read more
Developmental Trauma Disorder
The symptoms of developmental trauma often linger on with the trauma survivors into adulthood. In a fully-functioning adult, these symptoms may include the following:read more
Signs Of Repressed Childhood Trauma In Adults
Childhood trauma, in particular, can have prolonged effects on physical health and may even lead to the development of several mental health disorders, including addictions.read more