Trauma Symptoms as an Adult
Symptoms of your childhood trauma spill out when you’re stressed. Or when something in your life serves as a subtle reminder of what happened to you as a kid.
Your childhood trauma lives in your symptoms, such as panic attacks, catastrophic anxieties, relationship fears, obsessions, or eating disorders. Your childhood trauma might ruin your happiness, relationships, or even your career.
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) based in Atlanta, Georgia, adults who experienced or witnessed traumatic events as a child are at higher risk of dying from at least five of the top 10 leading causes of death in the United States, such as heart disease. According to the report, those individuals are at a higher risk of developing asthma, cancer, clinical depression, and diabetes. The risk of developing such health risks was greater when people experienced multiple traumatic experiences or shared traumatic experiences over prolonged periods. Eliminating childhood trauma could prevent almost 2 million cases of coronary heart disease, 2.5 million cases of obesity, and more than 20 million cases of depression. Preventing trauma could keep up to 1.5 million students from dropping out of school in The United States.
Suppose your trauma has started deeply disturbing your adult life, turning everything upside down, now that you thought all the debris had been left behind. In that case, you should know that we offer psychodynamic and psychoanalytical therapies that unfold at your own pace. We provide a safe and state-of-the-art venue, one in which you can build empathic ties with our team of clinicians, even if you happen to distrust them at first. We have the knowledge and experience about childhood trauma and how destructive it can be in your life, but only after getting to know you would we be able to see and help you heal the precise effects it has had on you.