Trauma in Adults

An estimated 70 percent of adults in the United States have experienced at least one traumatic event in their lifetime, and 20 percent of these people go on to develop full-blown Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and trauma in adults. In addition, many people who have not experienced a life-threatening event experience lasting distress related to “traumatic invalidation,” including re-experiencing of distressing events, avoiding reminders of traumatic memories, and negative self-talk related to the experiences. Individuals who are experiencing post-traumatic responses are at higher risk for substance abuse, self-injury, suicidal ideation, and relationship difficulties. The good news is that most people benefit greatly from appropriate mental health treatment, and go on to report fully re-engaging in their lives.

Adults can generate traumas in their adulthood period or in their childhood, these traumas can be affecting different stages of their life, such as work, family, social aspects or in different groups in which they can be found. Our specialists in adult trauma will be able to advise you on a process to overcome the situation that is generating this type of situation, preventing more serious future problems from being triggered that could even affect the physical health of those who suffer from trauma, worsening their health. mental of those who have this pathology

At The Center of Cognitive and Behavioral Health we offer you quality advice in the company of specialists in all areas of mental health and Trauma in adults. In our center you will be able to advise yourself with the best experts, visit us and find personalized help.

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