We recognize that you’re going through a profound, unique experience, and you may feel quite alone. Therapy Changes therapists in San Diego are experts in trauma recovery, creating a safe place for you to express your feelings honestly and openly. Whether you have experienced trauma from a specific incident, chronic trauma, or complex trauma resulting from multiple events, we are here for you. We aren’t going to tell you to “move on” or “get over it.” We understand that healing is as unique as each one of us and we’re here to guide you on the path that is right for you.
The team at Therapy Changes have specialized training in trauma recovery and offer care for individuals across the lifespan who have experienced trauma.
Specialized therapy services are provided for adults that have been scientifically researched and proven to be effective at reducing symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). These therapies are:
When the death of a loved one is sudden, unexpected, or complicated your loss may be described as traumatic grief.
While grief is often characterized as sorrow, it can also encompass many other feelings such as numbness, anger, guilt, despair, fear, and relief. Despite the fact that loss is a universal experience, the grieving process is oftentimes isolating and lonely. We wonder if we are “going crazy” and why no one seems to understand. It is helpful to know that there is not one right way to grieve and no specific timeline for the grieving process.
Complicated, or disenfranchised losses like suicide, accidental overdose, prenatal loss, violent deaths like homicide and prolonged illness, as well as public losses can extend the grieving process and leave us feeling stuck.
The Therapy Changes team will help you confront the loss, restructure thoughts about the one who died and the circumstances surrounding their death, and learn to adapt to life without your loved one.
Therapy at Therapy Changes can make a real difference in your ability to regain strength and move forward with a newfound sense of purpose an meaning following a traumatic experience.