Adolescent PTSD: What You Need to Know

Often, people unfamiliar with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) associate the condition with adults, and specifically with military veterans. And while it isn’t uncommon for military veterans to experience PTSD as […]

7 Strategies for Coping With Trauma for Teens

Have you recently gone through a traumatic event? Maybe whatever you went through was many years ago but you’re still dealing with the aftermath: nightmares, flashbacks, and difficulty getting past […]

Acute Stress Disorder versus PTSD in Teens

If your teen has recently experienced trauma, then you may see psychological symptoms that need immediate care. Most people are familiar with the term PTSD, which is an acronym for […]

Treating Teen PTSD and Co-Occurring Psychosis

Sometimes, experiencing a traumatic event (such as a car accident, death in the family, divorce, physical violence, or witnessing violence) won’t leave any lasting effect on a teenager once the […]

Teens Are More Vulnerable to PTSD Than Adults

When trauma occurs (such as a car accident, death in the family, divorce, physical violence, or witnessing violence), children, teens, and adults will respond to that difficult experience differently. While […]

Teens Who Witness Violence Are Vulnerable to PTSD

Up until recently, it has been thought that those who are the victims of violence, meaning that they experience violence inflicted on themselves, are at risk for developing PTSD. For […]

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