PTSD Treatment on NE 129th in Vancouver

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Post-traumatic stress disorder, often known as PTSD, can affect anyone.

Living through any traumatic event is difficult. But for people with PTSD, it feels impossible to let go of those memories or feelings.

When your symptoms affect your daily routine, and your illness interferes with your relationships, it may be time to talk with a mental health professional.

What Is PTSD?
PTSD is a challenging and sometimes devastating mental health condition that includes many possible symptoms. It typically centers around a traumatic experience. You may have directly experienced that trauma or witnessed the event happening to someone else. Some people develop PTSD when they learn about the violent or unexpected death of a family member or friend.

Examples of trauma include war zone exposure, physical or sexual assault, natural disasters, serious accidents, terrorist attacks, and child sexual or physical abuse. The illness can occur soon after the event, or it can start later. Symptoms may come and go over many years.

We offer PTSD treatment in both inpatient and outpatient settings at our Vancouver, Washington facility. If you or a loved one needs PTSD help, contact us 24/7.
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