Healing From Trauma: Effective Therapies and Supportive Resources

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Healing from Trauma: Effective Therapies and Supportive Resources

Healing from trauma is certainly a big topic and one that can be difficult to discuss. At Avalon Malibu, we understand the many different ways that trauma can impact someone’s mental health. That’s one of the reasons why we create individualized plans for each of our clients here at Avalon Malibu. Let’s get started and go over some things to consider if you’re dedicated to healing from trauma.

Healing From Trauma

When it comes to working through trauma, there isn’t one “right” or “wrong” way to do it. It’s important that you find what works for you, so take a look at the following options and don’t be afraid to modify them so that they make sense for your situation.


It’s been found that therapy can be an extremely effective way to work through trauma. Many people will choose a specialized therapy, such as eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), that was designed to specifically help people work through their trauma and improve their mental health.


Reflecting on your own mental health can be a great way to work through trauma and notice the ways that it’s impacting you currently. If this is an option you’re interested in, consider getting a journal and adding journaling to your daily routine. Being able to reflect is a very helpful skill and one that you’ll be able to use in therapy, so consider dedicating some time to learning this skill and thinking about your own mental health.


There are a variety of different resources that you can consult if you’re interested in learning more about trauma and the many different impacts that it can have. One of our favorite resources is NAMI. If you go to the NAMI website, you’ll find a lot of helpful articles and resources you can use to learn more about not only trauma but many other different mental health topics. Take a look and let us know what you think!

We understand that it can be difficult to talk about trauma and topics that are related to it. If your past trauma is impacting your present mental health, you should talk to someone about that. If you’d like to speak with a member of our team, you can go ahead and call us at (844) 857-5992. We hope to hear from you soon so that you can take the next step toward working through your trauma and improving your mental health.

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