PTSD & Trauma Treatment

PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder as it is otherwise known, is an anxiety-based disorder that impairs the lives of millions of people across the world.

In the United Kingdom, up to 3 in 100 people are thought to develop PTSD & trauma at some point in their life. However, only a fraction of those suffering from PTSD & trauma secure treatment.

Forcing individuals to relive traumatic periods of their lives, PTSD & trauma are among the leading causes of suicide. Sadly, it has been reported that 54% of people suffering from PTSD & trauma take their own lives.

Considering this, PTSD & trauma treatment is paramount.


Who Is More Likely To Suffer From PTSD & Trauma?

As with all mental health disorders, PTSD & trauma can have adverse consequences on the lives of people from all walks of life.

However, individuals that have served in the Armed Forces or have witnessed and experienced highly traumatic events, such as domestic abuse and road traffic accidents, are much more likely to feel the ramifications.

According to the British Journal of Psychiatry,6% of serving and ex-serving Armed Forces personnel suffer from PTSD. Meanwhile,30 – 60% of individuals that have suffered domestic abuse experience mental health disorders, including PTSD & trauma.

Although PTSD & trauma treatment is available via the NHS, numerous charities and rehab clinics, such as our own, 60% of people suffering from PTSD & trauma do not seek help.


PTSD & Trauma Treatment In The United Kingdom

PTSD & trauma treatment in the United Kingdom is available via a wealth of providers. As touched on above, the NHS offers treatment, as do charities and private rehabs, including our own.

Although the treatment provided for PTSD & trauma will be entirely dependent on the psychological ramifications that the disorder has on an individual, there are a number of psychological and well-being therapies that have proven to be highly effective in treating the conditions.

At Rehab Clinics Group, our network of rehab centres, including Cassiobury Court, Asana Lodge, and Ocean Recovery Centre, frequently provide PTSD & trauma treatment.

To help you understand the treatments we provide for PTSD & trauma, we have provided a wealth of information below.


Psychological Therapy

Irrespective of the centre that you attend for PTSD & trauma treatment, psychological therapy will be provided to ensure that you have the ability to reflect on the trauma experienced.

While this can be somewhat daunting and may cause you to experience a number of emotions, psychological therapy will allow you to deal with and navigate the emotions that you are yet to confront.

As you participate in one-to-one and group therapy sessions, you will begin to come to terms with the trauma that you have experienced and will have the ability to develop coping strategies that will essentially help you overcome the PTSD & trauma experienced.

Although cognitive behavioural therapy is the most common form of PTSD & trauma treatment, we also provide psychodynamic psychotherapy and group therapy to those that have sadly found themselves suffering from PTSD & trauma.

These therapies encourage individuals to view their traumatic experience differently and seek support from others that have also been affected by PTSD & trauma.


Well-Being Therapy

Another highly beneficial treatment for PTSD & trauma is well-being therapy. Instead of participating in talking therapies such as cognitive behavioural therapy, well-being therapy encourages those suffering from PTSD & trauma to express their emotions through different means.

Well-being therapy often includes art therapy, music therapy, yoga, meditation and exercise.



In some instances, medication is required for PTSD & trauma. Should you need medication for PTSD & trauma, antidepressants will likely be prescribed.


Call Us Today For PTSD & Trauma Treatment

If you have been silently suffering from PTSD & trauma and have found it challenging to overcome the thoughts and feelings you have experienced for some time, please call us today for PTSD & trauma treatment.

Together, we can ensure that you receive the treatment you need to overcome your trauma and secure a happy and healthy future.




Our Frequently Asked PTSD & Trauma Questions

Whether you personally experience PTSD & trauma or want to find out how you can support a loved one, we have answered our frequently asked questions below.

If any of your questions remain unanswered, please do not hesitate to contact us directly. Our admissions team is on hand to ensure that all of your questions are answered.

  • What Causes PTSD & Trauma?

    As touched on above, traumatic, stressful and frightening experiences such as combat, domestic abuse, assault and severe accidents all contribute to PTSD & trauma. Contrary to belief, PTSD & trauma can arise almost immediately after the traumatic event. It can also occur months and even years after the traumatic event initially took place.
  • What Are The Side Effects Of PTSD & Trauma?

    As PTSD & trauma disorders can arise months and even years after a traumatic event has taken place, it is vital to understand the side effects that are frequently associated with PTSD & trauma. To help you, we have outlined some of the most common side effects of PTSD & trauma below.
    • - Flashbacks
    • - Nightmares
    • - Insomnia
    • - Paranoia
    • - Anxiety
    • - Depression
    • - Isolation from others
    • - Low self-esteem
    • - Crippling worries and fears
    • - Suicidal thoughts
    • - Irrational behaviour
    If you, or a loved one, experiences any of the side effects noted above and has witnessed or been involved in a traumatic event, please contact us as soon as possible to secure PTSD & trauma treatment.
  • How Long Does PTSD & Trauma Treatment Take?

    At Rehab Clinics Group, we understand that if you require PTSD & trauma treatment, you will want to gauge how long it will take you to complete treatment. Likewise, if a loved one requires treatment, it is entirely normal to want to determine how long they will need to attend a residential treatment centre for. However, it should be noted that it is virtually impossible to ascertain how long PTSD & trauma treatment will be required. This is because the severity of the disorder, combined with the psychological ramifications, will essentially control how long treatment lasts.