Trauma & Addiction

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Trauma is defined as an emotional reaction to an event which causes physical and or psychological harm for the individual. Trauma is a broad term which encompasses many examples of situations a person could be traumatised by. This can include events such as:
Physical/sexual assault, emotional abuse, death, violence, witnessing a tragedy and many more.

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Trauma Therapy

Trauma therapy is rooted in emotional and behavioural responses. Trauma therapy provides a space to learn about normal responses to trauma and specifically how a traumatic event has impacted the individual.

Trauma Therapy Activities

There are a large variety of different activities or strategies that used within the trauma-focused treatment process. These trauma-focused activities may look different based on age, trauma experience, setting, or location; creative strategies and activities to address memories, emotions, or problematic behaviours associated with traumatic experiences are all part of the therapy process.


Addiction Therapy

Addiction treatment is not one-size-fits-all. Treatments vary based on individual needs; that works best based on the substance you’re abusing, the level of care you need, your personal mental health needs. Treatments include:

– Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy
– Psychotherapy/Hypnotherapy
– Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
– Contingency Management
– Detoxification 

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