Responses to Psychological Trauma
Psychological trauma often associated with a danger, traumatic events undermining sense of fair, an idea, that life can be ended, that a person can die at any time.
There are several behavioural responses common towards stressors including the proactive, reactive, and passive responses.
Proactive responses include attempts to address and correct a stressor before it has a noticeable effect on lifestyle.
Reactive responses occur after the stress, and possible trauma, has occurred. Reactive responses aim minimizing the damage of a stressful event.
A passive response is often characterized by an emotional numbness or ignorance of a stressor.
The level of trauma, associated with a victim, is related to independent coping abilities.
The psychological counselling helps to open the person’s coping abilities and to develop coping strategies, solving problems coping strategy, reducing emotional reaction coping strategy.
The psychological counselling provides anger management, psychological therapy if required.
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