109 Montgomery Avenue

Suite 203

Scarsdale, NY 10583


Tel: 914-222-3983

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Monday - Friday: 11am - 9:00pm 

F E A T U R E D  O N 

Serving Scarsdale, Eastchester, Edgemont, Hartsdale, White Plains, Mamaroneck, Harrison, Ardsley, Armonk, Chappaqua, Rye, Yonkers, Tuckahoe, Bronxville, Greenwich & Surrounding Areas in Westchester & Fairfield

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therapy for trauma

Therapy can be very effective for trauma.  Therapy for trauma can help whether you have a diagnosis of PTSD, Depression, Acute Stress Disorder, Panic Attacks, Anxiety, or a Dissociative Disorder.  

Signs that you will benefit from trauma therapy

  • Recurring nightmares

  • Panic attacks

  • Depression

  • Chronic pain

  • Feeling as if you are re-experiencing the trauma(s), known as flashbacks

  • Avoiding situations or people that remind you of the trauma

  • Gaps in memory, forgetting all or part of what happened to you, or remembering very little of your childhood

  • Getting triggered by reminders of the trauma or traumas

  • Feeling constantly on edge

  • Difficulty concentrating

  • Difficulty sleeping

  • Changes in thoughts and behavior

How does trauma therapy work?

Do you often feel trapped between knowing how to feel better and acutally being able to improve? Many clients with a history of trauma report feeling "stuck".  

Specific approaches such as EMDR, CBT and Mindfulness Meditation help to achieve a sense of calm and uncover the blocks that are keeping you stuck. Take a look at the pages on these approaches to learn more about how they work and if they're a right fit for you.


results from trauma therapy

  •  Increased relaxation

  • No longer getting triggered when reminded of the trauma(s)

  • Improved sleep

  • Resolution of chronic pain

  • Increased meditative state

  • Improved focus

  • Being able to think of the memory without feeling like you're reliving it