PTSD Treatments

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PTSD Treatment in Westfield, NJ

The effects of emotional and psychological trauma can be devastating. But you don’t have to settle for an unhappy life. Westfield Psychiatric Group provides effective PTSD treatment in Westfield, NJ, to help people recover from the effects of an accident, physical injury, abuse, or any other traumatic experience. Post-traumatic disorder treatment has been proven to work for many people who need to bring normalcy and happiness back to their lives.

It’s normal to feel overwhelmed when you experience a stressful event. Everyone does. Your emotions, behaviors, and thoughts change in ways that create anxiety, anger, and deep sadness. PTSD occurs when it doesn’t get better over time. If your feelings last longer than three months and they are disrupting your work life and your relationships, it’s important to seek PTSD therapy. We’ll help you find peace when you feel like your life is in pieces.

Compassionate PTSD Psychiatrists

Return to normalcy by starting PTSD counseling and treatment. Post-traumatic stress leaves deep scars in a person’s psyche, even when no physical scars are present. However, those who receive PTSD therapy and prescription medical treatment return more quickly to a productive life than those who do not receive treatment.

Our experienced and compassionate psychiatrists specialize in effective and patient-centered care for those suffering from psychological and emotional trauma. It’s important to schedule an evaluation if you think you have PTSD. The following are number of different symptoms of the disorder:

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  • Recurrent, Involuntary, & Intrusive Memories
  • Traumatic Nightmares & Sleep Disturbance
  • Dissociative Reactions (Flashbacks or Loss of Consciousness)
  • Intense or Prolonged Distress after Traumatic Event
  • Persistent & Distorted Negative Beliefs
  • Persistent Blame of Self or Others
  • Markedly Diminished Interest in Activities
  • Feeling Alienated from Others
  • Irritable or Aggressive Behavior
  • Self-Destructive or Reckless Behavior
  • Hypervigilance
  • Exaggerated Startle Response
  • Problems in Concentration

Post-Traumatic Disorder Treatment for a More Stable Life

When you have experienced a traumatic event it takes a safe environment and understanding psychiatrist to help you regain your happiness and productivity. At the same time, prescription medication helps to address some of your symptoms. Medication is especially important if you have been dealing with PTSD for many years. That’s because ongoing trauma can cause brain chemistry changes. As highly skilled psychiatrists, we perform a comprehensive evaluation to determine the right medicine to ease your symptoms.

Contact us if you’re concerned that a loved may have PTSD. We proudly serve clients throughout Westfield, Scotch Plains, Cranford, Springfield, Montclair and Union, New Jersey, as well as the surrounding areas.

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