PTSD

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a type of response triggered by a traumatic event, either through experiencing or witnessing it. It can happen through different time periods, and most people have difficulty adjusting and coping after the event. PTSD can develop at any age and from any event. The event doesn’t have to be a serious or dangerous event, sometimes it can occur when a friend or family member is the one experiencing danger or harm. Such as an unexpected death.

Symptoms of PTSD?

Just like any other mental health condition, the symptoms are different for every person.
But here are some of the most common symptoms:

  • Flashbacks
  • Nightmares
  • Avoiding Certain Situations
  • Changed in feelings about yourself or others
  • Difficult with relationships around you
  • Severe Anxiety
  • Hopelessness or despair
  • Paranoia

If any of these symptoms are familiar to you it is, likely, time to get in touch with one of our therapists at Words of Hope Counselling. With time and professional care, things will get better. A requirement to healing oftentimes begins with finding a caring sensitive therapist. Once you find that person, it is guaranteed positive change will follow quite quickly.

How Can We Help?

At Words of Hope Counselling Services, we have a variety of innovative approaches to help improve your satisfaction with life. No matter how difficult your world is, it’s important not to Lose Hope…without hope, life can become daunting which often leads to further hopelessness and despair. Don’t let your life spiral out of control to the point where it’s even more difficult to get back on track. Just know…you can and you will overcome your trauma. Never give up!

Please contact us today. We want to help you!! Tanis and her team of Associates truly do care. We are experienced professionals whom you can trust.

“Trauma is personal. It does not disappear if it is not validated. When it is ignored or invalidated the silent screams continue internally heard only by the one held captive. When someone enters the pain and hears the screams, healing can begin.”

— Danielle Bernock