Psychotherapy for Trauma and PTSD

Experiencing trauma can leave indelible marks on the mind, affecting one’s emotional and psychological well-being. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a complex condition that can arise after a person has witnessed or experienced a traumatic event. The journey to recovery often necessitates professional support, and psychotherapy for trauma and PTSD can be a guiding light in this process.

Ariella Boehm, a seasoned psychotherapist, specialises in providing empathetic and effective therapy to help individuals navigate the complexities of trauma and PTSD. Utilising several effective forms of therapy to address trauma, such as CBT and CPT, Ariella stands as a beacon of support for those navigating the challenges of trauma and PTSD. Her approach is rooted in empathy, compassion, and a commitment to guiding individuals toward healing and resilience. Connect with Ariella Boehm today to learn more about cognitive therapy to address trauma and PTSD.

Benefits of Psychotherapy for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Psychotherapy for trauma and PTSD is a specialised form of therapeutic intervention designed to address the emotional aftermath of traumatic experiences. It involves a collaborative and supportive relationship between the therapist and the individual, focusing on processing the trauma, managing symptoms, and fostering emotional resilience.

Here are some of the powerful benefits of psychotherapy as a treatment for PTSD:

Emotional Processing

Psychotherapy provides a safe space for individuals to process and express emotions associated with trauma, promoting healing and emotional release.

Symptom Management

The therapeutic process equips individuals with coping strategies to manage and alleviate symptoms commonly associated with PTSD, such as flashbacks, nightmares, and anxiety.


Through therapy, individuals regain a sense of control and empowerment over their lives, breaking free from the grip of trauma and reclaiming their narrative.

Improved Relationships

Trauma can strain relationships. Psychotherapy helps individuals navigate interpersonal challenges, fostering healthier connections with others.

CPT & CBT for Trauma & PTSD

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a widely recognized and effective approach within Psychotherapy for Trauma and PTSD. CBT helps individuals recognize and challenge negative thought patterns that may be contributing to PTSD symptoms. CPT is also a widely recognized approach with psychotherapy. CPT is a structured therapeutic method aimed to address and challenge maladaptive beliefs and thought patterns related to the traumatic event.

Ariella Boehm is skilled and trained in both CBT and CPT, offering her clients holistic and effective treatments for PTSD. It is time to take back control of your life! Reach out to Ariella Boehm today to learn more about cognitive therapy and psychotherapy for trauma and PTSD.