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Coping with the Aftermath of Traumatic Events? Our PTSD Treatment in Sydney Can Help

Are you looking for effective treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder in Sydney area? Angus Munro Psychology provide outstanding evidence-based counselling for people suffering from post traumatic stress disorder(PTSD). Our acclaimed team of experts can help you recover from traumatic experiences, eliminate the symptoms of PTSD and get your life back on track. Angus and his team promise to work tirelessly to help you come to terms with the trauma in your past so that you can face the future with confidence.

Traumatic events such as accidents, violence, and natural disasters can be overwhelming. It is very normal to experience a number of different reactions in the aftermath of such events as your views and beliefs about the world and your place in it can come under intense pressure. Reactions ranging from fear, anger, sadness and guilt to numb, shock, and feeling tense or on edge are all very common.

For many people, given time and support from loved ones they can recover from traumatic experiences, reduce the level of these negative reactions and get back on their feet. However, for others these reactions persist, leading to constant feelings of fear, anger or numbness which can greatly interfere with normal life. If these symptoms continue at an intense level for more than 3 months and create a major interference with day to day life then you may be suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

It is estimated that about 30% of those who experience a traumatic event will go on to develop Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Unfortunately it is not possible to predict who will go on to develop PTSD after a traumatic event and the symptoms can affect anyone.

Symptoms of PTSD include:

  • Increase in arousal levels: such as being startled easily and always being on the lookout for possible threats.
  • Intrusive symptoms: recurrent, involuntary and intrusive memories and flashbacks.
  • Avoidance: attempts to avoid trauma related thoughts and feelings as well as people, places, conversations, activities, objects or situations which act as a reminder of the trauma.

These symptoms may appear soon after the trauma or they may arise many months later. They can have a debilitating impact on a person’s functioning and without effective treatment can continue to take a terrible toll on quality of life. If you have been suffering from these symptoms for prolonged periods, it may be time to seek expert counselling.

Seeking PTSD Treatment Near You? We can Help!

The symptoms of PTSD can be overwhelming and seriously impact your quality of life as you struggle to overcome the trauma you have experienced. However, evidence based psychological therapy and counselling has been shown to be very effective in helping to regain normal, healthy functioning and a more stable emotional landscape. Angus Munro Psychology can help you live with the aftermath of severe trauma and regain your normal, healthy thought processes.

With the expert Post Traumatic Stress Disorder treatment offered by our psychologists you will learn to face the trauma that impacted your life and develop ways of coping with the after-effects and get back on your feet. In a safe, controlled environment you will be encouraged to re-visit the trauma that impacted you and the continued feelings of fear and anxiety will be gently stripped away. Whatever trauma you experienced in life, we believe that you have the power to overcome it, with our help.

Ready to Live a Life Free from PTSD? Contact Us today for your first appointment. We can also help you via Online Counselling

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2 Warwick Avenue, Cammeray,

Sydney, NSW (2062)

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Phone: 0290561779

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