Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Resources

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Relief From Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Symptoms Is In Reach

Natural disasters, transportation accidents, or brushes with death are unexpected. No matter the type of trauma, understanding responses to complex events can help clients effectively manage their feelings, thoughts, and behaviors. With the right PTSD treatment, even the most severe psychological damage from traumatic events is treatable. At Clearview, we put our clients suffering from PTSD on the path to recovery.

If you or a loved one is feeling helpless, disoriented, or burdened by being unable to assimilate the stressors and regain an emotional balance, treatment at Clearview may be beneficial. The resources provided on this page are hopefully helpful as you have questions about PTSD. If you or a loved one is seeking treatment or has questions about treatment, please reach out to our friendly admissions counselors. Clearview can put you or your loved one on the path to recovery from PTSD.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) FAQs

The American Psychological Association (APA) estimates approximately six out of 10 men, and five out of 10 women will experience at least one traumatic event in their lifetime. Women are more likely to experience sexual assault or child sexual abuse. Men are more likely to experience accidents, physical assault, combat, disaster, or witness death or serious injury. Although most individuals can absorb the trauma over time, nearly 8% of traumatic event survivors will experience long-lasting mental health problems, with women being twice as likely as men to develop PTSD symptoms.
There’s not a specific timeline for the development of PTSD after a traumatic event. Symptoms of PTSD can develop relatively soon after a traumatic event or can take years to develop. Delayed PTSD often occurs in people who have experienced childhood sexual or physical abuse. Hidden by emotional constraint or complete emotional severance for years, it’s common for the symptoms of PTSD to manifest suddenly following a major traumatic life event, heightened stress, or an accumulation of stressors over a short period of time that challenge the victim’s emotional defenses.

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A residential treatment program specializing in treating all genders with complex co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
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An internationally known residential treatment program known for its expertise in treating women diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, emotional deregulation, and acute psychiatric disorders.
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Ideal as a step down from residential treatment or a step up from traditional outpatient care, we offer Partial Hospitalization (5-days a week) and Intensive Outpatient (3-days a week) programs for all genders.

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