If you’re dealing with PTSD in recovery, we can help. At Atlantic Recovery Center, we understand that PTSD can be a very serious matter, and that trauma from the past needs to be resolved. It’s harder to stay in recovery when triggers affect your mental health. Putting the past behind you is one of the best ways to move forward with recovery, but when PTSD is present it’s not always easy to let go of the past and get back to a focus on a happy, healthy life. When you reach out to us for help, though, we can give you the tools and coping skills that can make recovery easier and help to heal past trauma that’s still causing problems in your life. Through evidence-based therapies and compassionate care, you’ll have the opportunity to recover and be healthy.
Acknowledging and Treating PTSD in Recovery
To fully work through recovery, it’s important to acknowledge and treat PTSD properly. That’s because trauma-informed care is a big part of getting through treatment and into a place of health and healing. It’s not easy to go through addiction recovery, but when you do you have the opportunity to get the right type of guidance and support that can keep you focused on the things that really matter in your life and your future. You might have focused on working through PTSD in recovery, but there could also be other issues that are a part of your journey back to good mental health and away from addiction. Understanding all of that through trauma-informed care can make your time in treatment more valuable and help you complete more of what will truly help you.
Choosing the Right Program for Your Recovery Needs
Trauma-informed care can include PTSD, addiction recovery, and much more. Talking about your childhood or other problematic times in life can make working through PTSD in recovery easier, but it might not be the only area where work will need to be done. When you put everything together and work on it all at one time, though, your give yourself the chance to focus on the areas that need the most help and support. It’s even possible that you aren’t sure what caused the problem, or that other issues will come up as you work through the ones you’re most aware of. That’s part of the value of treating PTSD in recovery because it can encourage the treatment of other issues, as well. We want to help with all of that, and some of the ways we can do that include:
- Individualized approach
- Professional addiction treatment
- Newly added residential program
- Focus on aftercare
- Smaller, more intimate facility
As you work through PTSD in recovery, you’ll be better able to have a strong focus on the kinds of things that are most important to you. Processing issues that have caused PTSD in your life might not be pleasant, but they’re necessary to help with healing. Breaking an addiction or getting past a mental health issue both matter, and when they’re done together they can bring with them a much stronger level of healing that can help you get back to living a life you feel good about and have an interest in for the future.
Atlantic Recovery Center Can Help You With PTSD in Recovery
Don’t allow addiction to control your life any longer. It’s possible to conquer your addiction issues and live a better life when you reach out for help. Contact Atlantic Recovery Center at (855) 875-0664 today, and we’ll help you regain control of your future. Whether you’re reaching out for your own sake or the sake of someone close to you, we’ll be there to help you every step of the way.