Residential Treatment for PTSD
There are various evidence-based approaches for the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Among those found to be most effective are Prolonged Exposure (PE), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Each of these treatments has demonstrated great efficacy in helping those who have experienced trauma begin to heal and reengage with life.
While a trauma can never be erased, those who seek treatment tend to enjoy a much better quality of life than those who do not. After treatment, many find that they are better able to enjoy normal day-to-day functioning, entering new situations without fear and anxiety, restoring restful sleep patterns, and repairing relationships that may have suffered due to PTSD.
Here is a brief description of the modalities we use in treating PTSD:
Residential treatment is an immersive, community-based approach that has the potential to be much more effective than treatment received in someone's typical living environment. The benefits of residential treatment for anxiety/depression/OCD include:
Prolonged Exposure (PE)
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Residential treatment is an immersive, community-based approach that has the potential to be much more effective than treatment received in someone's typical living environment.
The benefits of residential treatment for PTSD include:
24-hour access to a seasoned team of caring, professional staff.
full immersion in a supportive community, with other young people working to overcome similar challenges.
the opportunity to experience a fresh environment, break habits, and escape triggers experienced in a typical living situation.
the opportunity to work, build life-skills, and contribute creatively in a controlled, supportive setting.
moderating the use of technology and social media, the overuse of which may fuel PTSD.
family therapy and parent coaching (for parents and other affected family members) to help improve communication, foster cooperation, and facilitate healthy respect among family members.
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