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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Treatment

Traumatic experiences can deeply impact your mental and emotional health. Addressing PTSD and its symptoms on your own can feel overwhelming. Remember, reaching out for help is not a sign of weakness but a courageous act of self-care and strength.

At New Directions Mental Health, we understand how difficult it can be to manage PTSD, and that’s why our team of experts is dedicated to providing trusted and individualized care. Please remember you are not alone in this journey. Our team is here to support you in navigating toward a healthier, happier future. 

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When receiving PTSD treatment at New Directions Mental Health, you are working with a community-rooted and future-oriented mental health practice in Pennsylvania.

We understand the importance of having access to quality care where you are. At New Directions Mental Health, we accept most health insurance plans, so you don’t have to worry about the cost of the care you need. Our mental health services are available at multiple locations throughout Pennsylvania. You can also connect with our experts remotely through telehealth services, ensuring uninterrupted care that works best for you. 

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Individualized PTSD Treatment

When you’re trying to overcome a traumatic experience, it can often feel like nobody truly understands what you’re going through. At New Directions Mental Health, we recognize that PTSD is a deeply personal journey. That’s why our team takes a comprehensive approach that considers your symptoms, personal history, and goals. Our dedicated mental health professionals have extensive experience in treating PTSD and will collaborate with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that addresses your needs and concerns. 

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What Is PTSD and Its Common Symptoms?

Post-traumatic stress disorder is a debilitating mental health condition that can occur following a traumatic experience. Symptoms may not manifest immediately, sometimes taking time after the traumatic experience to emerge.

Common symptoms may include:

  • Flashbacks
  • Nightmares
  • Intense feelings of fear
  • Helplessness
  • Severe anxiety or panic attacks
  • Avoidance of anything that may trigger memories of the traumatic experience

People with PTSD may also undergo mood shifts, behavioral changes, and relationship challenges. Each person’s PTSD experience is distinctive to them. By working closely with you, we can identify the most effective strategies customized to your needs, assisting you in effectively managing symptoms and enhancing your overall quality of life.

Our Therapeutic Philosophy

We believe that the therapeutic relationship is essential to high-quality care. Our clinicians have deep ties to the community we serve and take pride in developing relationships with our clients to understand each person as an individual, not a number. We consider how your past experiences and current life situations come together for a holistic approach to mental health support.

Telehealth Options Available

Telehealth PTSD treatment provides an opportunity to receive care from a mental health professional in a convenient, secure, safe, and effective way. At New Directions Mental Health, you can receive the highest quality of care and support at a time and place that works for you. 

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Benefits of PTSD Treatment

  • A supportive environment to promote healing  
  • Psychiatric medication support is available when needed 
  • Improved mood and overall well-being  
  • Better understanding and management of emotions  
  • Improved coping mechanisms for PTSD symptoms and difficult situations 
  • Evidence-based treatment methods tailored to your needs  
  • A team approach to care, including coordination with other healthcare providers when necessary  
  • Telehealth options for added convenience and accessibility  
  • Continued care and support for long-term mental wellness  

How It Works

Reaching out to understand your PTSD treatment options is the first step in taking control of your mental health journey. Our certified and experienced mental health professionals are dedicated to providing you with the support and guidance you need to take charge of your mental well-being. Here’s how to get started: 

Discover how PTSD treatment can help you or a loved one today.

Step 1: Contact our team

Call us or fill out our online form today. 

Step 2: Return paperwork

Our team will find a provider who meets your unique needs. 

Step 3: Begin your journey

We’ll schedule your first appointment at a time and location that works for you.  

PTSD Treatment at New Directions Mental Health

We offer a range of therapies and services that can help address all of your mental health concerns—including PTSD—all in our convenient clinic located right in your community. 

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Paying for PTSD Treatment Services

How much does treatment cost? The cost of mental health treatment should never stop you from getting the help you need. That’s why we are always working to improve our insurance offerings. At New Directions Mental Health, we design personalized PTSD treatment plans that address the needs of every individual in our care. We work with most major health plans to reduce out-of-pocket costs and make treatment as accessible as possible. Reach out today to speak with someone who can walk through your unique insurance coverage.

Your Journey to Mental Well-Being Starts Here

Take the courageous first step toward a new chapter in your life. Reach out for PTSD treatment in your area today by calling New Directions Mental Health or connecting with our team online. 

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