Trauma Therapy Addiction Treatment Progam At Evolve Indy
Trauma Therapy For Addiction Treatment
What Is Trauma?
Knowing the Signs
Negative Core Belief System
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Positive Core Belief System
What Is Moral Injury?
What Is Childhood Trauma?
What Is The ACES Assessment?
The ACES Questionnaire is the Adverse Childhood Experiences Screening. It is a series of questions about childhood trauma. People who have a high ACES score are more likely to become alcoholics and addicts. Without intervention, they are also more likely to develop health and mental health issues like obesity, diabetes, depression, PTSD, heart disease, COPD, and stroke. The ACES is used as an indicator of trauma. What it doesn’t matter is how resilient many people are who have suffered from trauma. Part of the resiliency is asking for help when you need it.
What Is PTSD?
PTSD stands for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and is a mental health condition that can arise as the result of trauma in which you feared for your life or someone else’s life. Symptoms include flashbacks to the event, nightmares, ruminating about the event, intrusive thoughts and memories, having a flight, fight or freeze response in anxiety provoking situations. Many addicts and alcoholics will self medication these symptoms with substances. There is help and relief for PTSD and addiction at Evolve Indy through our Trauma Program.
What if I am a victim of sexual trauma? How can Elevate help?
For some people, there is an immense amount of shame in talking about sexual trauma.
It is not something you discuss at the dinner table. Many women have never talked
about it at all. Evolve provides a safe, judgement free arena to finally talk about what
happened to you. To be validated, to know that you are not alone. To know some cares
about your pain and what you went through and to help you heal.
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Who Is To Blame?
I have talked to hundreds of women who were raped when they were impaired or passed out and they universally blame themselves for putting themselves in that situation. I am here to tell you – you are not to blame. I know you don’t believe me, but I will stay it again, you were not to blame. It doesn’t matter if you were drunk or high or stone cold sober, if you did not want to have sex and someone has sex with your without your consent, it is rape. The responsibility falls solely on the perpetrator. At Evolve Indy, we work through the self-blame and move towards self forgiveness. It’s time.
What Is Relationship Violence?
What is relationship violence?
I have had women tell me that words hurt more than a fist. Any type of abuse within the confines of what is supposed to be a loving relationship is traumatic. Maybe it’s outright physical abuse or something more subtle like gas lighting, it makes you question yourself. The controlling, possessiveness and the constant degradation would make anyone want to be numb to it all. None of this is okay. There is help. You can make it on your own. Call us today at Evolve Indy.
Self Love/Self Forgiveness
It’s time to stop hating yourself. It’s time to stop punishing yourself. Even if you were a
horrible person, don’t you think that years of suffering in your addiction is punishment
enough? It’s time to put down the bottle, needle, or pipe and stop. It’s time to start doing what your gut has been telling you for years, get help. We are here for you. At Evolve Indy, we can lead you down the path of self forgiveness and self love.
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What Is EMDR?
Trauma Therapy For Addiction Treatment In Indiana
Why group therapy for trauma? Why is it important to bond with other women in recovery? Most of the women I work with tell me that they have more male friends than female friends. Many of them are totally isolated in their addiction and have no female friends. There is much comfort and joy in finding a group of women who share your pain. Women who won’t judge you and understand where you are coming from. There is power in women coming together to support each other and heal. There is also power in knowing you are not alone in your trauma. When you are sitting in a room full of women who have all been sexually assaulted or suffered some other trauma and you have compassion for them, you learn to ultimately have compassion for yourself.