Trauma Therapy in Round Rock, TX — Trauma and PTSD Therapists

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Trauma, specifically a traumatic event, is the central cause of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which means trauma and PTSD can present similarly symptomatically. PTSD can develop after experiencing an extremely frightening or stressful event, such as an accident or an attack. Trauma is more of an umbrella for one or more events, either separate or repetitive, that were distressing or frightening and have had lasting effects on the victim. 

Both trauma and PTSD require specialized treatment from trauma therapists and PTSD therapists. Using modalities like eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), therapists can help people process their trauma and find ways to feel safe again in their daily lives.

If you’re wondering, “Is there a trauma therapist near me?” or, “Where can I find PTSD counseling near me?” Thriveworks has those in Round Rock, TX covered. Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Round Rock offers trauma and PTSD therapy, with therapists ready to see you and hear your story. Making an appointment is as easy as calling one of our scheduling specialists or booking an appointment online. Get the help you need to live a happier life at Thriveworks Round Rock today.

How Do I Find Help for My Trauma? 

A great way to start your journey of healing is to talk to a mental health professional. By discussing your trauma with them, they will be able to assess your situation and create a plan regarding what you should work on together going forward.

If you’re wondering how to find a trauma therapist, you can find one today by contacting Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Round Rock. Whether you call and speak to one of our scheduling specialists or book an appointment online, our trauma therapists are here to help you.

Do I Need Trauma Therapy? Is Trauma Therapy Right for Me? How to Tell if I Need PTSD Therapy

Trauma manifests in everyone differently, so there isn’t a specific “way” for trauma to affect someone. However, there are common symptoms that can start affecting your life and how you live it, signaling that it may be time to seek help. Some examples include: 

  • Feeling emotionally empty or disconnected
  • Severe anxiety, fear, and/or depression
  • Having to avoid situations or circumstances that remind you of traumatic events
  • Struggling to form and/or maintain close relationships
  • Using substances to dull painful emotions
  • Experiencing flashbacks or frequent nightmares
  • Struggling to function in your daily life, such as at work or school

Working through trauma and PTSD can be mentally and emotionally taxing. It can be hard to let such painful memories and experiences resurface, but with the help of a mental health professional that specializes in trauma or PTSD, you can start the work of healing yourself in a safe space.

How Does Trauma Therapy Work?

Trauma-focused therapy works by attempting to improve one’s coping strategies for responding to symptoms of their trauma, such as flashbacks, and work through past traumatic events in order to process their effects and help one move on from the event. The overall goal is to help anyone suffering from trauma feel safe when moving through daily life and reduce the amount that their trauma disrupts their daily functioning.

Examples of coping strategies someone would develop in trauma therapy include anxiety management and relaxation strategies. 

Does PTSD Therapy Work?

Whether treatment involves medication alongside therapy or not, PTSD therapy has proven effective in helping people recover from all types of PTSD. However, healing from such a traumatic event will always take time; healing works on no one’s timeline, which makes it a long-term, nonlinear process. 

Each technique and approach will work differently for everyone, so if one doesn’t seem to be effective, it’s alright to ask your therapist about other viable options.

Advantages to Online Trauma Therapy

Online therapy allows you to have increased flexibility and accessibility with your sessions. Since there’s no need to come to an office, you save time commuting, and you can have your session in a familiar environment, such as your home.

Online therapy also cuts down on wait times, making it even easier to see your provider.

Is There PTSD Counseling in Round Rock, TX?

At Thriveworks Counseling & Psychiatry Round Rock, you can get connected to a counselor equipped to handle your needs. Our office can get you set up with a therapist or psychiatric nurse practitioner specializing in PTSD quickly and easily, and if you have questions about scheduling, our scheduling specialists are just a call away.

If you’re wondering how to find trauma therapy in Round Rock, Thriveworks Round Rock can also help you there. Our mental health professionals are ready to listen to you in a safe environment, as well as help you heal from your trauma and learn about yourself as you go. 

Trauma and PTSD are difficult to live with, and even more so to deal with on your own. Reach out to Thriveworks and schedule a session with us today.

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