If you have experienced some kind of trauma in your life, it can cause psychological symptoms a while later. These psychological symptoms include anxiety, insomnia, nightmares, flashbacks, irritability, anger, aggression, substance abuse, hopelessness and guilt.
If you are suffering from PTSD, getting help in very important as these symptoms can severely interfere with your quality of life and well-being.
The good news is, we can help. New York Behavioral Health professionals use evidence-based practices that can help you start to return to the life you want to lead.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy has been proven effective in the treatment of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychiatric disorder that may occur in individuals who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event.
These events can include serious accidents, natural disasters such as hurricanes, earthquakes, or tornados, violence, or war. This may also include threats of serious injury, sexual violence, or death. People with PTSD often have intrusive, disturbing thoughts and feelings related to their experience that last long after the traumatic event has ended.
Attend a 45 minute intake session, where you will get to know your chosen therapist. The point of this visit is to learn what brought you to therapy and how we can help.
In each ongoing session, you and your therapist will use trusted therapy approaches to help you develop and reach your goals. Collaboratively, you’ll connect in a safe, comfortable space to help you engage in your life in the way you want.
Our therapists and coaches have combined decades of experience and are specially trained to provide high quality, compassionate support for your health and wellbeing.
We’re dedicated to using evidence-based methods to ensure you receive the most effective treatment and meet your goals.
We know that having a better relationship with your therapist leads to better outcomes, so we carefully match you with the right therapist to fit your unique needs.
It’s important to our therapists that you feel safe, seen, and understood in therapy. Our offices are judgment-free spaces.
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