Trauma can have a lasting impact on a person's mental and emotional health. Fortunately, there are many types of trauma therapy available to help people recover from the effects of trauma. Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Trauma Systems Therapy (TST), Expressive Arts Therapy, Psychotherapy, Jungian Therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) are some of the most common types of trauma therapy. Each type of therapy has its own unique approach to helping people heal from trauma.
CPT is a form of cognitive-behavioral therapy that has been proven to reduce symptoms in people who have experienced trauma. TF-CBT is a cognitive behavioral treatment that is primarily used for children and adolescents with trauma. TST is also designed for children, adolescents, and adolescents. Expressive Arts Therapy is a unique form of therapeutic intervention created by Cathy A.
Malchiodi that may be beneficial for children dealing with trauma. Psychotherapy, also known as talk therapy, is probably the most well-known type of trauma therapy. It involves talking about problems, traumas, memories, and thoughts to help with a wide range of mental illnesses and emotional difficulties. Jungian Therapy focuses on recognizing one's own uniqueness and living authentically and in cooperation with other people.
CBT focuses on recognizing problematic thought patterns and working to change them. TF-CBT works to improve a variety of trauma-related outcomes in children and EMDR does not require a person to explain their trauma in detail. When considering which type of therapy is best for you or your loved one, it is important to consider the individual's age, gender, developmental environment, medications, diversity, socioeconomic conditions, and more. It is also important to consider the relationship between the patient and therapist as this can have a big impact on the success of the treatment. No matter what type of therapy you choose, it is important to remember that the goal is to help you grow and heal through your traumatic experience.