Coping with PTSD symptoms
After experiencing trauma, many people have PTSD-like symptoms such as fear, anxiety, guilt, and depression- all of which are common reactions to trauma. However, not all will develop long-term PTSD.
Being proactive and seeking treatment and support can prevent normal stress reactions from getting worse and developing into full-blown PTSD. Whether it be from family, friends, or a professional, support from others may also help prevent people from turning to unhealthy coping methods such as alcohol or drugs.
If you’re having symptoms of PTSD, call Serene Health at 844-737-3638 or visit us at www.serenehealth.com to schedule an appointment. We have late evening and weekend appointments available via our unique telehealth app so that you can speak to a therapist from the comfort of your own home.