On a personal note….As a trauma therapist myself, I (Jessica) LOVE it when we have an opportunity to help other trauma therapists from around the USA and other English Speaking Countries (we’ve had clients from Canada, Great Britain & Australia!) get their website ranking well. I believe in the power of effective psychotherapy to help heal past traumas and help people gain freedom from debilitating PTSD symptoms.

One of the best things about working with other trauma therapists? We get to learn even more. There is always new research or practice owners share anecdotal stories about how they help people. So, here are some of the cool things we’ve learned:

The Shadow Side of Homicide

Trauma therapists around the country provide supportive counseling services to those with extensive trauma backgrounds and PTSD diagnoses. However, not many therapists specialize in working with homicide survivors. Check out this blog post from a Black therapist in Baltimore, MD about what she calls the “shadow side” of homicide. In this post, she discusses the repeated traumatic grief of those whose loved ones were taken by homicide.

Counseling for First Responders

In today’s social and political climate, first-responders need counseling too. They often experience anxiety, trauma, depression, and burnout. An Atlanta-area therapist offers counseling for first responders to help them get back to living the life they love.

Online Trauma Therapy is Very Similar to In Person Trauma Therapy

I (Jessica) love looking at the Elevate You website! Their team started with Licensed Clinical Social Workers (same licensure as I have) and currently offers PTSD Treatment & Trauma Therapy in South Carolina, California, & Georgia online. They use the same treatment methods I use at my practice (TF-CBT, Prolonged Exposure & Cognitive Processing Therapy) but deliver them completely online. They also have more experience than I do providing trauma therapy to veterans of the armed forces.