What We Treat

Coping With Trauma

Trauma - Viewpoint Psychology and Wellness - viewpoint-comfortable-therapy-officeTrauma can take the form a one time experience such, as a natural disaster, or an ongoing event such as abuse.

Experiences of trauma can be devastating and can leave an individual struggling to understand what has happened, why it happened, and how to handle it going forward. These are just some of the concerns that are addressed after trauma has occurred.

Responses to trauma show up in many different forms and each person may struggle with it differently. Some people choose to go on living like nothing has happened only to find that they are suddenly struggling to cope with something that had occurred years ago. Some people will try to process the trauma immediately and may experience symptoms of depression, anxiety, anger, or use substances as a way to get through the pain.

Learning to effectively cope with trauma is not only beneficial to the person who experienced it, but it can also assist the individual’s family and friends who might have been unsure about how to effectively support them. Learning strategies and gaining the ability to process thoughts and emotions around the trauma can be a healthy choice during a difficult time in one’s life.

If you are coping with trauma, you don’t need to struggle alone. Take the first step towards a brighter future by contacting Viewpoint Psychology and Wellness today. Our compassionate and knowledgeable team is here to help.

Viewpoints Response To COVID-19
  • Our offices will remain open to select clinicians. Sanitization will occur frequently.
  • We offer HIPAA compliant teletherapy in both audio and voice
  • We are providing 20-30 minute mini sessions for parents/children who need ideas and suggestions to cope with the crisis
  • We have expanded our team and response capabilities to ensure everyone who needs help has access to it