A military career is a life-changing experience with many unknowable factors that can cause trauma, stress, anxiety, depression and worry. Returning to civilian life can prove to be a tough transition and trauma is a personal thing that can often feel less of a significance to others. Do you need help with problems sleeping, readjusting to civilian life, or a specific mental health problem? Do you constantly feel on edge? Close to panicking or exploding?
(PTSD) Post-traumatic stress disorder occurs after you experience severe trauma or a life threatening event. Many veterans suffer from PTSD and deserve proper care and Therapy for Veterans. There are numerous symptoms associated with PTSD including; paranoia, depression, reoccurring “Flashbacks” or “reliving” an event, nightmares, or memory of a traumatic event. This can cause stress and relationship issues as well as experiencing physical signs such as sweating and increased heart rate.
If you have, or suspect you have, a condition that interferes with your ability to function in life, one of our therapists at Mindshift Psychological services can help.
In addition, psychotherapy can also help you cope with stressful situations or behaviors like:
Psychotherapy for individuals can help you develop and maintain healthy behaviors, thoughts, and feelings so you can enjoy your life to the fullest.