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Find Therapy for Trauma in New York City, NY

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Help for Trauma in New York City

Trauma is any threatening circumstance which causes lasting emotional, physical, or spiritual harm. After a traumatic event, some individuals may have trouble resuming everyday life. They may struggle to take care of themselves and become socially isolated. A certified trauma therapist in New York City can teach people healthy coping strategies for emotional pain.

Untreated trauma is often a contributing factor to mental health issues such as PTSD. Estimates suggest 90% of people who use public behavioral health care have been exposed to trauma. Populations such as military veterans and minorities facing oppression are especially likely to need trauma therapy.

There are many types of trauma: child abuse, sexual assault, domestic violence, natural disasters, and so on. No matter what form your trauma has taken, a compassionate counselor or therapist can help you move through it. A licensed trauma therapist in New York City can offer confidential and stigma-free support for your unique situation.

Find a Therapist for Trauma with GoodTherapy

You do not have to recover from trauma alone. A certified trauma therapist can help you process your emotions and manage PTSD symptoms in a safe environment. Trauma-informed therapy is intended to be a collaborative and transparent process, one which empowers individuals by recognizing their strengths.

For your convenience, the carefully screened therapists listed above—all of whom specialize in trauma—practice in New York City. They are trained and ethically bound to protect your confidentiality and privacy. If cost is a concern, ask about insurance, sliding-scale fees, payment plans, and other options. Many therapists are driven by a desire to help, no matter the obstacles.

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  2. Trauma. (n.d.). SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions. Retrieved from
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