Trauma occurs when someone experiences an event that threatens the physical or psychological integrity of themselves or others, either once or multiple times throughout their life.
While some individuals can recover from the emotional distress caused by trauma relatively quickly, others may become ‘stuck’ in their trauma response and may go on to develop post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD.
If left unaddressed or untreated, trauma-related conditions like PTSD can hinder you from regaining your optimal quality of life. Additionally, the symptoms of PTSD, trauma-related disorders and operational stress injury can be debilitating and interfere with your ability to function in daily life.
Highly specialized inpatient programs are designed to provide comprehensive assessment, treatment, and support for individuals struggling with the after-effects of traumatic experiences.
Coming to the Homewood Health Centre is often the beginning of the recovery journey. Homewood offers different recovery management and outpatient programs that provide professional support and guidance to help individuals sustain their recovery.
Homewood’s recovery management initiatives focus on skill consolidation, relapse prevention, overall wellness, and the involvement of one’s family and support system. These offerings can be tailored to meet the needs of each client.
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In many trauma and PTSD cases, the person recovers from the emotional distress from their experience in a short time; however, some people get ‘stuck’ in their trauma reaction. Left unaddressed or untreated, trauma symptoms, PTSD, operational stress injury, or other trauma-related conditions can prevent individuals from resuming their optimal quality of life.
Homewood Touchpoint is an innovative, integrated, standardized measurement tool developed explicitly with our patients in mind.
Patients can better understand their recovery and work with their clinicians using friendly, graphical tools.
Clinicians can use this information to develop treatment plans and evaluate progress.