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. If you’re looking for online therapy, 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.