Experiencing a traumatic event can be very devastating for an individual and can lead to the development of many different symptoms. Individuals who are suffering with psychological trauma may have flashbacks, terrible memories, and walk around feeling constantly on edge because they feel they are in persistent danger. It can take a great deal of time for an individual to overcome the event and begin to feel safe again.
Trauma can occur, with or without injury, through experiencing an event that completely overwhelms an individual making them unable to cope with the resulting emotions. It may be that the individual experienced a one-time event such as a car accident or natural disaster. It could also have been a result of ongoing life stressors, such as domestic violence. Trauma affects different people in different ways.
At Delta, our warm and kind staff are ready to help you overcome your traumatic experience. You can heal from trauma and go back to a life filled with happiness. You may not have had control over what happened to you, but you have control over your future.
Why You Should Seek Treatment for Trauma at Delta
Continuing to live a life with untreated trauma can cause a multitude of problems and only worsen an individual’s ability to function in daily life. You may have come to feel isolated and alone and believe that no one understands what you are going through. You may be experiencing flashbacks or are afraid to leave the house. At Delta we can help you through all of this.
At Delta’s treatment clinic, we have the distinct advantage of being able to offer those who come to us both medical and psychological care under the same roof. Our caring and compassionate treatment staff, composed of doctors, nurses, psychiatrists, dietitians, physical therapists, and therapists offer you the round-the-clock care you need to successfully recover from trauma. When you’ve come to Delta, you’ll know that you are in good hands.
Our Philosophy and Benefits
At Delta, we have the ability to provide continuity of care for all of your medical and behavioral needs. Our qualified medical and psychiatric staff will be able to help you properly learn how to manage your condition while caring for any underlying medical conditions at the same time. Delta offers a serene and calm environment for individuals struggling through psychological trauma, allowing them the time away from the stresses of everyday life in order to focus entirely on recovery. We offer a holistic approach to treatment, meaning that we aim to treat not only your symptoms, but the whole you. Delta is a beacon of light for our community and has helped countless individuals just like you successfully recover.
Treatment for Trauma at Delta
At Delta’s treatment clinic, we understand that everyone is unique and have specially trained staff to help you process through the emotions surrounding your trauma. We know that everyone is reacts differently and so we want to make sure you get the right form of therapy. Before determining the best treatment for you, we will conduct a comprehensive medical, psychiatric, and behavioral assessment. These assessments will be conducted by our qualified interdisciplinary staff of physicians, nurses, social workers, and mental health counselors. Your treatment needs will be determined based on the results of your assessments. Our primary objective includes restoring the individual to their previous level of functioning, focusing on optimizing the behavioral, social, psychological, physical and cognitive status of each person who comes to us for help. We provide treatment for your trauma-related symptoms and other disorders in a supportive and safe environment.
Medication may be used as part of your recovery process in order to help you deal with surrounding symptoms or the symptoms of another disorder that may have developed as a result of the trauma. Sometimes as an individual learns better coping mechanisms and how to work through their emotions medication use may be reduced or even eliminated. Medication will be thoroughly monitored throughout your entire stay and adjusted as needed.
Individual therapy is used on an as-needed basis allowing individuals more time alone with a therapist to work though issues that may not be covered in group sessions. Certain topics can be covered in more detail and the individual can also broach any subjects that may not feel comfortable with discussing in group.
Family therapy is an important part of the treatment process as those who have gone through a traumatic event need a good support network. We ensure that your family is provided information about your condition and learn how they can best be of help to you. We will do our best to answer their questions, address their concerns, and provide them with treatment recommendations when your stay with us draws to a close.
Group therapy is our main type of treatment that we use here at Delta. We believe that by connecting with other individuals, you can see that you are not alone in your fight for recovery and that there are others who will help you along the way. We utilize two types of groups – process-based and psychoeducational. Our psychoeducational groups provide information on topics of general interest and teach new skills that can be used to deal with the unique stresses you face. Our process groups help you work through issues related to your trauma in a mutually supportive atmosphere.
We also provide several additional services to help you move past your trauma. These include:
- Nutrition and wellness counseling
- Physical therapy
- Recreational therapy
- Daily therapeutic activities
- Spiritual guidance
Continuing Care – What Comes Next?
When you have reached a point in your treatment where you no longer need the intensity of an inpatient treatment you will work with members of our recovery team and together you will decide upon the next best step. Some individuals may be ready to return home and seek additional treatment through outpatient therapy. We can help you find a therapist that is a good fit for your needs and make sure you have information about local community resources.
We offer two outpatient options for those who may still feel the need for a higher level of structured services These include a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) which meets five days a week, providing a minimum of 20 hours of services and an Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) which meets three days a week, providing a minimum of 12 hours of services.
No matter your difficulties, we are fully committed to helping to improve your quality of life so that you are able to once again experience a happy and fulfilling life.