TRAUMA & DISEASES
Trauma is an emotional and psychological response to an event or experience that is deeply distressing or disturbing. Traumatic events can range from physical, emotional, or sexual abuse, to natural disasters, accidents, or witnessing violence. Trauma can have a lasting impact on a person's mental, emotional, and physical well-being.
Symptoms of trauma can vary from person to person and may include flashbacks, nightmares, anxiety, depression, dissociation, hyper-vigilance, avoidance behaviors, and intrusive thoughts or memories. Trauma can also lead to physical symptoms such as headaches, chronic pain, digestive issues, and other psychosomatic symptoms.
Our approach to treating trauma involves creating a safe and supportive environment where people can process their experiences and learn coping strategies to manage their symptoms.
Treatment may involve a combination of different therapeutic approaches, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness-based interventions, and somatic therapies, among others.
Psychosomatic diseases refer to physical illnesses or conditions that have a psychological or emotional origin. These conditions can include chronic pain, headaches, digestive disorders, asthma, and other physical symptoms that have no clear medical explanation. Psychosomatic illnesses are often the result of unresolved emotional or psychological issues, such as stress, anxiety, depression, or trauma.
Treatment for psychosomatic diseases involves addressing the underlying psychological or emotional issues that may be contributing to the physical symptoms. This can involve a combination of therapy, medication, lifestyle changes, and other interventions aimed at reducing stress and promoting emotional well-being.