A person who witness or experience trauma may develop PTSD. For first responders, emergency personnel, or those in the military, the chance of suffering from PTSD increases dramatically.
PTSD symptoms can take months, or even years, to develop. They may come and go. The symptoms of PTSD include reliving the event, flashbacks, or nightmares, avoidance of activities, people, or places that serve as reminders of the traumatic event(s), and physical symptoms such as difficulty sleeping or concentrating, jumpiness, and irritation or anger.
If you suffer from PTSD, just living out your daily life can be a draining and difficult activity. At JRM, we want to help you overcome your struggles through methods like cognitive behavioral therapy to create a skills set and change negative mindsets to overcome PTSD.
When PTSD affects your life, it's time to call JRM. PTSD is not a sign of weakness, and neither is asking for help! The professionals at JRM want to help you get your life back and will work with you to find the treatment that works. Contact us today to find out more about what we can do for you, and take that first step towards the end of PTSD.