PTSD Therapy in Denver
Healing From the Pain Of Trauma
Do you feel overwhelmed by events that have happened in your life?
One of our trauma therapists in Denver can help you find the joy you once had.
We specialize in PTSD treatment in Denver, Colorado and would love to help you!
Constantly feeling "on-guard"
Extreme sensitivity to your surroundings is a sign of PTSD.
feeling on edge or irritable
PTSD can leave you feeling irritable, on edge, or cause sudden bursts of anger.
Anxious or uncomfortable in social situations
Feeling uncomfortable around others is a common symptom of PTSD.
Denver Trauma Therapy
Get the time and care you need with individual therapy.
EMDR is one of the leading treatments for PTSD.
A group offers a safe environment to grow with your peers.
Trauma Counseling in Denver
Trauma affects your body, mind, and emotions
After trauma you don’t feel safe in everyday situations. You might not feel comfortable in your own body.
A Denver trauma therapist will help you heal from the uncomfortable thoughts and feelings you’re experiencing after things like:
- An abusive relationship
- Sexaul assault or rape
- Unresolved childhood trauma
- Being physically attacked or assaulted
- A sudden death or loss
- Witnessing physical harm or death
- Verbal or emotional abuse
- Spiritual abuse
denver Trauma Counseling
How does PTSD therapy work?
Trauma therapy is about helping you feel comfortable in your own body. The most effective way to heal from PTSD is using a body and mind approach.
One of our Denver trauma specialists will guide you through this process at a pace that feels right to you.
We use a variety of trauma treatments including cognitive behavioral therapy, somatic therapy, EMDR therapy, and interactive/play therapy.
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Denver Trauma Therapists
Meet A Trauma Therapist In Denver
Karyn Resch, MA, LPC
Are you struggling with a traumatic event or PTSD?
We specialize in helping you recover from the pain of trauma.
Your past doesn’t have to control the present.
Give us a call or fill out our contact form to connect with us!
Cody Mitts, MA, LPC
EMDR Therapy For PTSD
EMDR Therapy For Trauma & PTSD
One of the leading types of PTSD and trauma treatments is known as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing or EMDR.
This is a specialized type of therapy that helps you heal from the effects of negative life experiences.
EMDR is one of the most effective ways to work through PTSD symptoms and find the relief you desire. Learn more about our EMDR therapy in Denver.
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PTSD and Trauma Therapy
Frequently Asked Questions
What is PTSD?
PTSD stands for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. It’s a problem that can occur after you’ve experienced something traumatic. Some of the common signs of PTSD are feeling anxious, irritable, or on edge for no apparent reason.
How effective is EMDR treatment?
EMDR is a specialized form of therapy that is recommended by many mental health orgnizations including the American Psychiatric Association, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and the Department of Defense. Over 20 studies have found that EMDR treatment can significantly improve problems related to post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD.
What CAn EMDR Help With?
Traditionally EMDR therapy is used to treat post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It can successfully help with many trauma related issues including anxiety problems, panic attacks, phobia’s, unresolved grief, disturbing memories, addictions, pain disorders, and anger or rage problems.
What does trauma mean?
When you experience something negative or traumatic it affects your nervous system. Sometimes these experiences get “stuck” in your nervous system. EMDR helps you target what’s keeping you stuck and will help your nervous system heal.
How long is EMDR therapy?
EMDR therapy is a process. There are 8 phases of treatment that your therapist will guide you through. While EMDR is designed to speed up your ability to heal, it’s not a one time treatment. The length of therapy can always vary depending on the severity of your struggle, current life situation, current resources and more.
Is EMDR Hypnosis?
No, EMDR therapy is different from hypnotherapy. You are awake and alert during the entire process of therapy. Your body, mind, and emotions are doing the work for you as you process information during EMDR.