Trauma is a response to a specific event where you find yourself highly stressed. This may be a natural disaster, accident or being in a war zone. Trauma doesn’t only cause emotional symptoms, it can also cause physical symptoms.
Due to everyone being different, you may not experience trauma from a stressful event, but the next person may. Most people who do develop symptoms find that they disappear on their own after a few weeks, but then there are those that are living with long term effects who should seek out trauma therapy in UK.
Type of Trauma
As a qualified professional in trauma counselling, I see a number of trauma cases annually, these include acute cases, which result from a single event to chronic cases, which is often caused by prolonged and repeated exposure to stressful events. Complex trauma is when you are exposed to a number of traumatic events, while secondary trauma is when you develop trauma symptoms from someone else who experienced a traumatic event.
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