Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
PTSD is characterized by “re-experiencing", such as unwanted memories and nightmares of a trauma event, flashbacks, and distress when recalling traumatic event(s). People alternatively may experience “avoidance or numbing”, such as avoiding remembering the trauma, blunting of positive emotions or interest in activities, feeling alienated or detached or sensing a foreshortened future. Additionally, there can be “arousal” symptoms associated with PTSD, such as irritability, anxiety, problems with concentrating, and sleep difficulties.
Examples of therapy goals for treating PTSD:
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