Post traumatic stress disorder is one psychological condition that can put a dent in your life. It will affect you in so many ways. It is a kind of disorder characterized by intense fear resulting from a traumatizing experience. It is commonly known by its abbreviation, PTSD, and is characterized by symptoms such as nightmares, flashbacks, sleeping problems and others. As aforesaid, PTSD can paralyze your life if it is not controlled, and this is why we are here.
Our goal at Integrative Clinic Dr. Bita is to make sure that we provide the most effective Montreal post traumatic stress disorder treatment and mitigation. It is possible to prevent PTSD from occurring. In order for this condition to be diagnosed, the symptoms must have been present for at least three months. If your symptoms dissipate with three months acute stress disorder would be the appropriate diagnosis. Another condition almost similar to PTSD is acute stress disorder. The only difference between these two conditions is time how long have you experienced the symptoms? It is therefore very easy to misdiagnose PTSD and mistake it for some other disorder. But we have a team of psychologists who will assess your case and give you the correct diagnosis. On top of that, we will help in the development of a treatment strategy that will help you manage the pervasive stress that usually comes with PTSD.
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Our team of psychologists always takes into consideration individual differences in order to provide clients with the best treatment. It is worth noting that PTSD is not only caused by accidents and horrific scenes. Things such as family violence can cause children to be traumatized and that can last a lifetime. Nonetheless we are here for you. If you are looking for a qualified and expert Montreal or westmount post traumatic stress disorder care then we have the professionals to help you out. Simply get in touch with us and set up an appointment for consultation and assessment of your condition.
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