Do you suffer from insomnia?
Do you often feel like something is wrong, or will go wrong, but you don’t know why?
Does being around a crowd of people make you feel uncomfortable?
Have you experienced or witnessed an event that caused intense fear, helplessness, or horror?
Do you re-experience the event in at least one of the following ways?
Do reminders of the event affect you in at least one of the following ways?If you feel perfectly fine in life don't make a selection
Were you raised by one or more parents with mental health or addiction issues?
Have you experienced changes in sleeping or eating habits?
More days than not, do you feel…If you feel perfectly fine in life don't make a selection
During the last year, has the use of alcohol or drugs...If you feel perfectly fine in life don't make a selection
Avoid activities or situations because they remind you of a stressful experience from the past?
Have you ever been incarcerated or arrested?
Have you been in a relationship that felt abusive to you in some way (includes family)?
Have you been prescribed medication, or tried therapy in the past?
If you answered yes or both on the previous question, did therapy or prescriptions help?
Some traumas are isolated events, like a car accident or the loss of a loved one. For some, you have to use your intuition as to how to differentiate between traumas if necessary. In implementing our therapy we have found that even though one person may have hurt someone many times in the past, our brains tend to generalize the events into one basic trauma. So please count abuse from each person as one separate trauma. You may count multiple events from one time or place in your life if they seem to group together in your imagination. Just go with what you feel. There's no right answer.
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