If you have experienced a traumatic event or suffer from a trauma-related disorder, seeking help is a sign of strength. Lifebulb's trauma therapy in King of Prussia offers compassionate, evidence-based care that can help you heal and recover.
Most people will experience trauma in their life. Of the 70% of adults who will face traumatic events, 1 in 5 will develop Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Fortunately, trauma therapy is highly effective in helping people recover from trauma. PTSD symptoms can get worse as time goes on, so it’s important to seek trauma treatment as soon as possible. The trauma therapists in King of Prussia have years of experience and are ready to meet you. We offer affordable, accessible trauma therapy. Give our team a call or request a session to learn more.Book a Session
Acute Trauma is a single traumatic event that occurs suddenly and unexpectedly. Examples of acute trauma include a natural disaster, a car accident, or a violent attack. Trauma therapy in King of Prussia can help people recover from acute trauma by helping them process and make sense of the event.
Chronic trauma is a form of trauma that occurs repeatedly over a period of time, such as ongoing physical or emotional abuse, neglect, or exposure to community violence. Trauma Therapy in King of Prussia can help people recover from chronic trauma through holistic methods and trauma-informed care.
Complex PTSD occurs when a person has experienced chronic trauma and the symptoms are more pervasive and long-lasting than those experienced in PTSD. It is most common in children and adolescents who have experienced childhood trauma. Therapy can help people recover from cPTSD by providing a safe and supportive environment to process their experiences.
PTSD is a specific type of trauma-related disorder. Examples of PTSD include veterans who have experienced combat, survivors of sexual assault or physical violence, and survivors of natural disasters. Therapy can help people recover from PTSD by providing a safe space to process traumatic events and develop coping skills to manage symptoms.
Trauma can impact the brain in significant ways, but it's important to know that trauma is treatable. Talk therapy is an effective treatment method for addressing the emotional and cognitive symptoms of trauma, including:
Remember that trauma is not your fault. What happened to you was awful, but together we can find healing. In addition to cognitive symptoms, trauma can result in physical symptoms such as:
Trauma treatment is unique to the individual, and the exact approach will be discussed further with a trauma therapist in King of Prussia. After they get to know you and your goals, they will create an individualized treatment plan to meet your goals and needs. This plan is flexible but will provide the framework in which to conduct effective therapy. Some approaches used in trauma therapy include:
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) is a type of talk therapy our therapists in King of Prussia use that helps individuals process and challenge negative beliefs related to the traumatic event. CPT has been shown to be effective in reducing PTSD symptoms.
Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)
Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) is a type of therapy that involves engaging in bilateral eye movements (for example, moving your eyes from left to right) while processing traumatic memories. EMDR has been shown to be effective in reducing both emotional and physical symptoms of trauma.Book a Session Today
Trauma Systems Therapy (TST)
Trauma Systems Therapy (TST) is a type of therapy that focuses on family and social systems to help individuals recover from trauma. TST has been shown to be effective in reducing trauma-related symptoms and improving family functioning.
Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET)
Narrative Exposure Therapy (NET) is a type of therapy our therapists in King of Prussia use that involves helping individuals tell their traumatic stories in a safe and supportive environment. NET has been shown to be effective in reducing PTSD symptoms and increasing resilience and self-worth.