Overcome Emotional Trauma
Trauma Counselling and Trauma Therapy does not only include counselling of extreme traumatic situations such as robbery, eating disorders, abusive relationships, sexual abuse, drug abuse, horrific accidents and death, but also spans to include day to day traumatic situations and experiences. Trauma Counselling also includes therapy for individuals facing terminal or life threatening illnesses, such as cancer or AIDS.
Traumatic situations very often, doesn’t only affect the individual that was directly involved, but also that individual’s close friends and family. Trauma Counselling sessions can also help loved ones to deal with a traumatic situations and will give them the ability to support the individual that was directly affected more effectively.
At Life Counsel, we use a trauma counselling technique called Trauma Incident Reduction. We help the trauma victim deal with the traumatic incident by de-charging the emotional charge associated to the event. This Trauma counselling technique helps the individual to release pain, anxiety, fears and other emotional charges associated to the event that have often been build up over years of tension. The end result of trauma counselling (trauma therapy) prevents the traumatic incident to negatively influence the person on a daily basis or evoke negative emotional states by thinking of the traumatic event or experience.
Trauma Group Debriefings
Life Counsel also performs Group Trauma Debriefings, also known as trauma group therapy. Group Debriefings are normally performed in situation where 5 or more individuals were involved in a traumatic event. With our group trauma counselling service, we will debrief (counsel) the group at the premises where the traumatic event occurred. The group will be debriefed collectively and individually. Corporate companies have found that group debriefings and group therapy is very helpful and effective for the traumatised employees and for the company it that faced the traumatic experience.
Negative Effects of Emotional Trauma:
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Eating disorders
- Anxiety and fear
- Memory loss
- Headaches/Migraines or muscle Pain.
- Suicidal Thoughts
- Emotionally instability
- Being Unproductive
Also see Corporate debriefings if you or a group of co-workers (employees)faced a traumatic experience together.