Psychological trauma results from an extremely disturbing and distressing event that takes place in one’s life. Events can range from acute trauma (a single event, such a death of a loved one), chronic trauma (prolonged, such as domestic violence), and complex trauma (multiple invasive events, such as experiencing war). Traumatic events like these can cause permanent psychological damage, hindering a person’s physical, social, and emotional well-being. There is no right or wrong way to heal from trauma, as everyone processes it differently. Common treatments to help heal can range from cognitive behavioral therapy, medication, or neurofeedback therapy.

At Alpine Neurotherapy, we offer multiple services designed to help adults and adolescents struggling with Trauma:

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